Advertisement
Product Releases
Subscribe to MDT Magazine Product Releases
View Sample

FREE Email Newsletter

MDT Daily

Environmental Health and Safety Catalog

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

Readers can create a safer, more productive work environment with products from the 2005 Cole-Parmer Environmental Health & Safety Catalog. Inside, find 96 pages packed with a broad selection of safety instrumentation, plus facility safety and personal protection products.

Training Website

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

A. Routsis Associates, Inc., a training service provider for the plastics industry, has launched its new and improved website. Featured on the site are free training tools, including a downloadable demonstration.

Data Communications Catalog

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

Wireless data communication is just one area of expertise shown in a new 64-page full-color data communications catalog/magazine.

Advertisement

Cutting-Edge Technologies Newsletter

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

In order to capitalize on the high-performance products of tomorrow, medical device companies must identify the latest, cutting-edge technologies of today.

Six-Axis Robot

February 3, 2005 7:19 am | Staubli Corporation | Comments

The TX40 is an extremely fast, six-axis robot with a 450 mm work envelope and 2.3 kg maximum payload. It offers new integration possibilities through its compact design and ultra lightweight.

Recipe for Risk Management

February 1, 2005 10:51 am | Intertech Engineering Associates, Inc. | Comments

Using automated process software in the design, manufacture, and quality control of your device implies that you should validate it to be FDA compliant.

TOPICS:

UV Curable Adhesive

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Master Bond, Inc. | Comments

This one component, optically clear, non-yellowing UV curable polymer called YV15-7 does not contain any solvents or other volatiles. When exposed to a source of UV light of adequate wave length and intensity, it cures almost instantaneously. It is not inhibited by air and cures at room temperature.

Laser Micromachining

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Comments

Precision UV laser micromachining services with micron-scale features and sub-micron tolerances are offered for a variety of medical device applications.

Advertisement

Spiral/Twisted Extrusions (1753)

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Comments

Close-tolerance silicone tubing is offered that can spiral or twist to a desired pitch. The technique used expands the medical uses for silicone extrusions, which were previously limited by the number of lumens and shape.

Connector (1755)

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Animatics Corporation | Comments

The SM1720D has been redesigned and cost reduced to use the same industry-standard connectors that are available with other SmartMotors: the Double D-sub connector with a 15-Pin D-sub I/O and a 7-Pin Combo D-sub Power and I/O.

Coordinate Measuring Machine

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Mitutoyo America Corporation | Comments

With a unified, one-piece configuration and minimal footprint, the Legex 322 CNC Coordinate Measuring Machine is designed for quick and easy setup and operation&#151offering new opportunities to integrate automated measurement and inspection into a process&#151even where space is at a premium.

DC Servo Motor

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Bodine Electric Company | Comments

The e-TORQ Direct Drive Brushless DC Servo Motors employ a unique electromagnetic design to improve efficiency, minimize size, and maximize torque. The motors are ideal for OEMs where high torque, very compact design, enclosed construction, and economy are necessary.

Double-Faced Tape

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Adhesives Research, Inc. | Comments

ARcare 90106 is a clear, double-faced film coated on both sides with a higher coat weight hybrid adhesive for use in medical applications.

RFID Solution

February 1, 2005 9:21 am | Diagraph Corporation | Comments

The TampTenna design encodes any Class 1 RFID tag, regardless of antenna shape and package form factor. This is an advantage over any OEM RFID engine, where their main focus is the Alien Squiggle tag.

Tubing and Extrusion Trends Yield More Material Options

February 1, 2005 7:13 am | Pexco, LLC | Comments

The growing demand for minimally invasive medical devices is creating the need for more high-tech tubing and extrusion alternatives. This article examines the challenges facing medical product manufacturers and offers some clear solutions.

TOPICS:

Pages

X
You may login with either your assigned username or your e-mail address.
The password field is case sensitive.
Loading