Newsletter | November 8, 2022

11.08.22 -- Wearable Electro-Patches: 4 Development Considerations

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Meeting Quality Demands Through Integrated Products And Services

Understand how the streamlining of processes and harmonization of products and services can better serve pharmaceutical companies. A case study highlights how a unique combination of expertise in automation and glass primary packaging benefited a pharmaceutical giant.

Indian Regulatory And Industry Bodies Call For Open Dialog With Policymakers

Discover how the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance saw regulatory bodies call for policy intervention to provide support and incentives for innovation and R&D in the Indian pharmaceutical sector.

Detecting Residues In Cleaning Validation

When beginning cleaning validation, a company must identify the residues to be tested and then select the best detection method.

Making Medical 3D Printing Faster And More Precise With Piezo Technology

3D printing has quickly become established within the medical field in processes such as material or binder jetting, where they can profit from piezo technology.

Surface-Mount vs. Through-Hole Technology

There are two main mounting schemes for placing components on a printed circuit board (PCB): through-hole technology (THT) and surface-mount technology (SMT). Given its popularity over the last few decades, it’s no surprise that designers default to SMT, but there are advantages to both schemes that are worth exploring, especially for high-reliability application designs.

High-Volume Manufacture Of Thin-Wall Medical Device Components With LCP

The advantages of liquid crystal polymer (LCP) thermoplastics are translatable to precision combination drug delivery devices, which incorporate complex mechanisms and wireless connected electronics.

CNC Machining: Designing For Speed

Even 3D printing relies on and owes its existence to machining. This white paper talks about the continuous importance of CNC machining, how to optimize parts for machining, and things to look for in a machining partner.

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