By Holger Werner,SCHOTT North America Inc.
Pioneering new technology is helping advance disposable endoscopes by making it possible, for the first time, to integrate high-quality fiber optic illumination into instruments as a plug-and-play component.
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.
Crafting RFQs can be a time-consuming and difficult process, hence, the race by suppliers to shorten the time to provide quotes, with some even offering “instant” quotations. But, is this really a good thing for complex, custom injection molding projects?
The world’s growing on-demand economy and the idea of real-time fulfillment of goods and services now drive business, whether it’s a business-to-consumer transaction at Amazon Prime or a business-to-business exchange at companies such as Protolabs.
Materials that are transparent or opaque to IR wavelengths present problems in noncontact temperature measurements with an IR camera. This article is Part 4 of a handbook by FLIR that discusses how filters can be used to extend IR camera usefulness.