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Custom Micro Molding

November 6, 2006 11:12 am | Minnesota Rubber & Plastics | Product Releases | Comments

Miniaturization of components in a broad range of polymers gives the medical designer greater flexibility in designing devices such as fluid delivery systems, diagnostic equipment, and endoscopic devices for minimally invasive cardiovascular and orthopedic procedures.

LISTED UNDER: Molding
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Guidewire Tubing (3539)

November 6, 2006 11:11 am | Pexco, LLC | Product Releases | Comments

A unique two-layer extruded medical grade tubing allows guidewires used in vascular procedures to be inserted into the tubing faster and more efficiently, thereby reducing labor cost.

LISTED UNDER: Coextrusions/Paratubing | Nitinol | Nitinol

Silicone-Free Thermal Interface Material

November 6, 2006 10:37 am | W.L. Gore & Associates | Product Releases | Comments

Gore Polarchip SF3000 silicone-free thermal interface material is a truly soft silicone-free thermal gap pad. The absence of silicone eliminates the problems of silicone outgassing and silicone oil migration (“bleeding”), making SF3000 an ideal gap pad for silicone sensitive applications.

LISTED UNDER: Other | Silicone

Nitinol/Zirconium Fabrication

November 6, 2006 10:37 am | Fotofab Corp. | Product Releases | Comments

Company offers the manufacturing of custom nitinol and zirconium components to its list of fabrication capabilities. Both medical-friendly metals are imperative to the medical market because of their superior strength and biocompatibility characteristics.

LISTED UNDER: Metals | Nitinol

Custom Laser Components

November 6, 2006 5:02 am | Andrews Glass Company | Product Releases | Comments

Extensive glass fabrication capabilities and engineering assistance is offered to companies who need laser components produced to their specifications.

LISTED UNDER: Glass

The Right Material Makes a Difference

October 13, 2006 9:52 am | Rtp Company | Product Releases | Comments

The Project:   An innovative design for a new insulin management system results in concerns regarding the manufacture of several components.

LISTED UNDER: Thermoplastic Elastomers | Injection Molding

Silicone Is the Stone That Kills Two Birds

October 13, 2006 9:50 am | Product Releases | Comments

Silicone has emerged as one of the most researched biomaterials available to pharmaceutical makers and medical device manufacturers. As such, it readily lends itself to being an ideal choice for use in combination products where these two industries merge.

LISTED UNDER: Silicone | Injection Molding | Micro Molding

UV Polymer Optical Bonding

October 13, 2006 9:46 am | Product Releases | Comments

A patent-pending, advanced UV polymer optical bonding solution that improves contrast, enables brighter graphics, enhances ruggedness, and offers a more robust overall visual experience for a virtually limitless variety of LCD solutions is available.

LISTED UNDER: UV-or Light-Cure

Enabling a Device to Breathe

October 11, 2006 7:56 am | W.L. Gore & Associates | Product Releases | Comments

Creating a contaminant and/or vacuum-free drug delivery device, such as an inhaler, nasal pump, or eye dropper, is a difficult task. This article examines a venting option that enables a closed, equalized system for multiunit-dose drug packaging.

LISTED UNDER: PTFE | Vacuum | Air Pump

Films That Dissolve Diagnostics Manufacturers' Needs

October 10, 2006 6:15 am | Adhesives Research, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Dissolvable films are currently used in a variety of applications such as consumer breath freshener products and as vehicles for over-the-counter drug delivery. Manufacturers are also exploring the technology’s unique characteristics for use with in vitro diagnostic devices.

LISTED UNDER: Films | Product Design

Fabricating Components . . . Rapidly

October 10, 2006 6:15 am | Inland Technologies, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Medical device manufacturers require device components to be produced quickly to ensure their products are available to the marketplace as soon as possible. However, quality cannot be sacrificed in this effort. Rapid prototype tooling is a unique option that satisfies both of these two criteria.

LISTED UNDER: Rapid Prototyping | Prototyping | Rapid Prototyping

MRI Compatible Material

October 9, 2006 12:09 pm | Invibio | Product Releases | Comments

The Endolign composite is for use in load bearing medical device applications requiring blood, bone, or tissue contact of more than 30 days.

LISTED UNDER: Polymers

Polyester Film Tape

September 7, 2006 5:49 am | Adchem Corporation | Product Releases | Comments

This double-coated polyester film tape&#1513175M&#151is designed to bond to most foam and gasket materials.

LISTED UNDER: Films

Choosing a Vent Membrane for a Medical Device

September 5, 2006 7:16 am | Millipore Corporation | Product Releases | Comments

Hydrophobic polymeric membranes are widely used in medical devices to sterilize gases which pass through them or to provide sterile barriers between the atmosphere and device interiors.

LISTED UNDER: PTFE | Insert Molding | Micro Molding

Sapphire/Ruby Balls

August 8, 2006 12:51 pm | Meller Optics, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Sapphire and ruby balls feature precise sphericity with A.F.B.M.A grade diameter tolerances and exhibit Moh 9 hardness. Ideal for applications requiring precise balls that are highly wear-resistant and chemically inert, they are suited for use as check valve elements, ball bearings, and spacers.

LISTED UNDER: Balls/Beads

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