CONTRACT MANUFACTURING APPLICATION NOTES, WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES
CytexOrtho Advances Implant To Clinical Trials With Textile Design And Contract Manufacturing Solutions
After CytexOrtho developed a new implant to restore joints in young patients with early joint disease, they needed the support of an experienced, quality-driven CMO for the production of the implant, which required a highly specialized 3D-printing process, along with packaging and sterilization management.
Effective Communication Drives Successful Manufacturing Transfers And Productive CMO Relationships
While lift-and-shift scenarios — wherein manufacturing is moved from one site to another without product or manufacturing process redesign —are ideal, they also are a rarity.
Donatelle Helps OEM Create Implantable Grade Component To Improve Cardiovascular Device
A global OEM came to Donatelle with a concept to replace an existing component used in the tip of a catheter, designed for ablation of cells on the heart to treat atrial fibrillation. The OEM sought help with a micro-spring component application used to hold thermocouples in the tip assembly of the catheter.
Medtech Are Outsourcing More Than Ever And Here’s Why
Medical device companies are outsourcing more than ever and it’s necessary that a CMO be very adept when it comes to new product development or product transfer. The question you might ask is: why?
What To Look For When Choosing A Medical Device (CMO)
Choosing the right CMO, with the qualified capabilities and experience your device needs prevents problems such as high failure rates, cost over-runs, misalignment on critical quality requirements, which could lead to missed deadlines and the loss of speed-to-market.
Integrating Design And Industrialization To Optimize Cost, Quality & Time
Explore how integrating design and industrialization teams can optimize the cost, quality, and time of developing a novel drug delivery system.
Keys To Successful Design For Manufacturability
A product’s manufacturability is influenced by the materials used, requested tolerances, part geometry, process control limitations, and more. A successful DFM process considers each of these factors from the start.
Beyond The Quote: Total Cost Of Ownership With Supply Chain Partnerships
Critical components cannot be sourced like simple parts; they demand greater vendor/customer collaboration, profound depth of knowledge, and a supplier committed more to the relationship than the sale.