Rubber Division, American Chemical Society, 411 Wolf Ledges Pkwy., Ste. 201, is excited to announce the finalization of the program for the Advanced Materials in Healthcare Conference taking place October 7, 2013, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Hyatt Regency Cleveland at the Arcade in Cleveland, OH.
Join our online tutorial on Thursday, July 30th, 11:00 PST to learn how to use hot air tipping methodology to achieve enhanced functionality, considerable cost benefits, and measurable results. This FREE 20-minute webinar will review the fundamentals of hot air tipping.
The MDT 2013/2014 Buyers' Guide features a comprehensive directory that includes an array of technology and service categories that are critical to the designers and manufacturers of medical devices.
The OCTANe Medical Device & Investor Forum (MDIF) brings together a global group of billion-dollar corporations, high growth companies, entrepreneurs, researchers, and investors to the leading medical device industry conference in Southern California.
The conference program for MEDICA 2013, International Trade Fair with Congress – World Forum for Medicine, is undergoing a full re-launch. The content repositioning for MEDICA 2013 (to be held from November 20 – 23, 2103 in Düsseldorf, Germany) is designed to closely fit the program of the trade fair’s topics relevant to medical equipment users and to expand the international side of the program.
Applied Market Information, LLC (AMI) reveals the program for the Medical Grade Polymers 2013, the seventh in this series of high-level business conferences that takes place on September 17-18, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza Boston/Woburn in Woburn, MA.
WESTEC, the premier West Coast manufacturing event, will return to the Los Angeles Convention Center – October 15-17, 2013. Produced by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), WESTEC was previously scheduled as a spring 2014 event, but increased industry demand and participant feedback convinced the organizers to shift the date forward.
As medical devices continue to get smaller in size, the assembly of the internal electronics becomes more critical. “Device Shrinkage Achieved Through Consideration of Assembly Factors,” this month’s cover story, looks at this issue and how working earlier with an outsourcing partner can help.
A 3D printer is a machine that creates objects from plastic or other materials using an additive manufacturing process. Additive manufacturing produces objects in a succession of layers from the bottom, up. This is the opposite of traditional subtractive manufacturing processes, which produce objects by cutting material away from a block to create the shape desired.
Gain best practices in overcoming international labeling challenges at the Medical Device Global Labeling Strategies Conference, July 24-25, 2013 in Minneapolis, MN. This premier marcus evans event will bring together leading medical device labeling professionals to discuss how to successfully create a label on both a national and international scale.
The newly reformatted MD&M East four day conference running alongside the tradeshow, covers everything you need to know from concept development to supplier management, giving you the essential updates to successfully management every step in the product development efficiently and cost effectively.
No longer an "emerging technology," additive manufacturing is leading industry innovation. From design, to prototype to production parts—vision becomes reality at SME’s RAPID Conference and Exposition. This technology has moved beyond ‘plastic’ parts of the past to full scale production in metals, alloys and more. See what’s possible for your operation at RAPID 2013.
Given the number of device applications that involve the transfer of a gas or liquid, it is no wonder pump technology is such a significant part of many healthcare-related products. “Innovation Drives Pump Technology to Meet Today’s Medical Designs” focuses on how today’s medical device demands are being answered by advanced pump technology.
The 2013 Test Center supplement to MDT covers a number of areas of medical device testing relevant to design engineers. One article covers examining and testing the human factor when it comes to the handling of a medical device. Another article focuses on the new ASTM F1929-12 guidelines for testing for seal leaks in porous medical packaging using dye.
Ingestible medical devices offer a convenient, non-invasive method of healthcare; however, the sensitive electronics must be protected. "Coating for Consumption" highlights a coating technology that is being used to guarantee such protection is provided.