Newsletter | November 1, 2022

11.01.22 -- Robotic Tech's Opportunities To Revolutionize Surgery

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Considerations When Choosing A Biomaterial For Your Orthopedic Device: Part 1

In this two-part series from DSM Biomedical, Albert Llenas, the global marketing director of orthopedics, discusses how to select appropriate materials when developing devices for rotator cuff repairs. Defining needs up front while working with a diversified biomaterials supplier, such as DSM Biomedical, enables companies to find a material that satisfies device performance requirements.

Bringing Next-Generation Wearable Drug Delivery Solutions To Market

A collaboration has been founded on the principal of bringing to market wearable injection solutions for the simple and efficient subcutaneous administration of large-volume and high-viscosity medications.

Four OEM Benefits For RFID-Enabled Medical Devices

RFID technology has changed the ways in which OEMs fabricate, distribute, and market modern medical devices and provides medical facilities and their patients with real and measurable benefits.

New Tool Measures Four Surface Appearance Quality Conditions Simultaneously

Learn about a new manufacturing-friendly tool that allows you to establish numerical standards and measure four conditions of surface quality: gloss, haze, image clarity, and bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF), including Canon’s new parameter, “Scattering C20, C60.” 

Micro Medical Manufacturing Tolerances

Precise miniature plastic parts are the result of exact tooling processes such as micro-tooling and micro-injection molding. By understanding the tolerances of these tooling processes, it’s possible to achieve repeatability and part accuracy for even the most advanced micro medical device.

Introducing A Validation-Ready Cloud Platform For Open-Source Medical Devices

Open-source designs and production plans run the gamut from simple high-level guidelines to complete sets of CAD files, detailed work instructions, source code files, bills of material, and regulatory/test requirements to produce FDA-certified classes 2 and 3 medical devices.

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