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Vacuum Motor

April 1, 2005 6:01 am | Lin Engineering | Comments

The Nema size 11, 1.8 degree 211 vacuum rated series motors measure 1.1 in. square and are available in three lengths: the 211-13 is 1.24 in, the 211-18 is 1.75 in., and the 211-20 is 1.99 in. The 211-13 products 9.2 oz-in. of holding torque, the 211-18 produces 13.7 oz-in.

MDT Exclusive: Customized Battery Pack

April 1, 2005 5:33 am | Micro Power Electronics, Inc. | Comments

SecuraPack is a custom lithium battery pack designed to optimize battery system reliability and product safety. This brand offers OEM customers a power solution, with a customized, high-performance&#151and most importantly safe&#151battery system that is resistant to dangerous malfunctions.

Magnetic Absolute Encoder

April 1, 2005 5:33 am | Baumer Ltd. | Comments

The MagRes magnetic absolute encoder line is specifically designed for medical equipment and devices requiring extremely precise direction and position monitoring.


Customized Mechatronic Solutions

April 1, 2005 5:33 am | Skf Usa Inc. | Comments

Integrated component designs and systems for medical applications enable precise, reliable, and quiet operation and performance of equipment and devices, including those specified for use in demanding cleanroom and vacuum settings.


EMI Filter

April 1, 2005 5:33 am | Comments

The Corcom MRI 2030R facility electro-magnetic interference (EMI) filter is an improvement over the previous generation in terms of size and leakage current performance.


Brushless DC Motor (1855)

April 1, 2005 5:33 am | Comments

The 000-0358 high performance brushless DC frameless motor is designed for low voltage applications where a high acceleration, high torque motor is required at low speeds. At 48 volts, this motor operates at 200 rpm and comfortably delivers 600 oz-in. of torque with an efficiency of 80 percent.

MDT Exclusive: Electronic DHR

April 1, 2005 5:33 am | Brooks Software | Comments

This real-time electronic device history record (eDHR) solution incorporates components of the company’s Factoryworks3 Manufacturing Execution System and AssurX Inc.’s CatsWeb Non-Conformance and Corrective/Preventive Action system.

Emphasis on Sterilization Validating Sterilization in a Global Market

April 1, 2005 5:17 am | Namsa | Comments

How should manufacturers complete validation in order to be in compliance with current standards? In this report, two experts answer some of the most frequently asked questions involving medical device testing standards and how they affect the process of validation.


Products for Tomorrow

April 1, 2005 4:54 am | Foster-Miller Inc. | Comments

Nova Biomedical needed high-volume production capability to produce disposable strips for its glucose monitoring system, which is currently distributed as the Logic Blood Glucose Monitor by BD. An outside engineering firm designed and built manufacturing equipment to fit its requirements.


Flow Calculator

March 14, 2005 5:24 am | Comments

Colder Products Company, St. Paul, MN, is offering a FREE flow calculator which allows engineers to determine flow after inputting specific gravity, Cv, and pressure drop.

Acrylic Polymers Reference Guide

March 14, 2005 5:24 am | Comments

Medical device manufacturers and design engineers can enhance product quality with comprehensive product information on CYRO Industries’ medical grade compounds and alloys.

Optics Parts List

March 14, 2005 5:24 am | Comments

The Meller Optics 2005 Stock Parts List features first quality production overruns available from stock for immediate delivery.

Motion Control Product Catalog

March 14, 2005 5:24 am | Comments

A free, 96-page motion control product catalog provides complete technical specifications and

CAID Software

March 14, 2005 5:24 am | Comments

Studio 12 Personal Learning Edition (PLE) brings StudioTools software to individuals wishing to learn more about computer aided industrial design (CAID) and to hone their design skills.

AutoCAD Software

March 14, 2005 5:24 am | Comments

AutoCAD users who need to work with multiple versions of DWG files can now work with any DWG file, regardless of the AutoCAD version that produced it, without suffering error messages or being forced to upgrade to a new software version.


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