With input from the FDA and other regulators, these CQOs are pursuing means to analyze huge data sets, manage increasingly complex manufacturing systems, and operate smoothly between varied products, languages, and cultures.
Partnering with an experienced micromolder who can offer design input and has advanced equipment and tooling capabilities can help manufacturers create innovative and complex optical-based components for medical instruments.
By Dr. Frank Gindele,SCHOTT Electronic Packaging
Medical device manufacturers and designers must overcome various challenges to succeed in an expanding global marketplace, challenged along the way by aspects of design, research, validation, and bringing their devices to a competitive market in a cost-effective manner.
By Kyle Kulwicki,PTI Engineered Plastics, Inc.
In Part Two of this series, we look at best practices for mold design, mold construction, and development of protocols, as these steps of the process also play a vital role in the long-term costs of validation.