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Magnetostrictive Sensor

February 28, 2005 8:08 am | Mts Systems Corp. | Comments

The Temposonics C-Series linear-position sensor incorporates the latest in magnetostrictive sensor technology to produce an extremely small magnetostrictive position sensor.

Braided Tube Cutters

February 28, 2005 8:08 am | Asg Medical Systems | Comments

The Accu-Cut 701SE is the first in a line of automatic cutters for braided catheters. These machines bring automated control and improved quality, eliminating a manual razor blade process. Part diameters range from 0.3 mm to 7.5 mm; materials can be singulated or coiled.

Desiccant Polymer

February 28, 2005 8:08 am | Comments

The Polymer Packaging Solutions line can be molded into virtually any shape or size and includes both standard and customized solutions.


Connector (1785)

February 28, 2005 8:08 am | Smiths Connectors | Hypertac | Comments

A cable receptacle adds to the versatility and ease of use which characterize the HyperGrip series of high reliability, IP67 sealed, RFI/EMI shielded, circular plastic connectors.

An Evolution in Coatings

February 28, 2005 7:49 am | SurModics, Inc. | Comments

What began with drug-eluting stents has progressed to coatings with multiple actions and beyond. The following article, based on interviews with leading medical device coating companies, offers insight into the latest advancements.


Researchers Keep Blood Flowing in Cardiac Pumps Designed With CFD

February 28, 2005 7:28 am | Ansys Inc. | Comments

The Project: To improve catheter and rotary pumps used by patients waiting for a heart transplant. The Solution: Use analysis software to see inside the pump and minimize potential blood-flow problems.


Chemicals Brochure

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

A new four-page brochure, “Focusing on Pharmaceuticals and Medical Applications,” reviews applications for hydrogen peroxide, organic and inorganic fluorides, caprolactones, precipitated calcium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, and barium and strontium carbonates.


Regulators and Relays Catalog

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

ControlAir Inc. has released a short form catalog which includes new products and industry approvals to its line of precision air pressure regulators and relays. Regulators and relays are ideal for any pneumatic control system that requires precise regulation of air pressure in pipes and vessels.


Prototyping Service

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

Microfabrica Inc. and MOSIS have introduced EFAB Access&#151a 3-D micromanufacturing service offering MEMS and microdevices via multi-project runs through MOSIS. EFAB Access offers easy, low-cost access to Microfabrica's EFAB process.

Catalog of Chromatography and Fluid Transfer Products

February 4, 2005 10:35 am | Comments

The Upchurch Scientific/Rheodyne 2005 Catalog of Chromatography and Fluid Transfer Components is available. For the first time, the annual catalog includes valves, pumps, and accessories from sister IDEX Corporation Precision Flow Products business units Rheodyne, Ismatec, and Micropump.


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.

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.


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