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Downward pressure on the orthopedic medical device sector from reimbursement and pricing, utilization of costly procedures, increasing commoditization, and the need to drive growth, are driving mergers and acquisitions at a fast pace.
Micro gun-drilling machine from Precihole delivers a tabletop design to produce straight, accurate, deep holes for nails, screws, and other medical instruments.
Key challenges and emerging trends in fluidics design: Considerations for achieving the best results when working with contract design and manufacturing firms.
Today’s Technology Center, GIE Media Industrial Group’s booth at IMTS 2014, will feature an eclectic collection representing major cornerstones of the manufacturing market.
Combining a Tsugami 6-axis machining center with a fully integrated laser cutting system helps medical manufacturers stay competitive with shorter run times and fewer changeovers.
By establishing robust quality & compliance management programs, medical device manufacturers can ensure process quality and product safety in compliance with FDA mandates.
Using precarious particles – called polaritons – that straddle the worlds of light and matter, University of Michigan researchers have demonstrated a new, practical, and potentially more efficient way to make a coherent laser-like beam.
Uniquely combining ultrasonic, electromagnetic, and thermal technologies, Israel-based Integrity Applications is bringing its pain-free glucose measuring device to market.
Biometric watches use scattered light to non-invasively monitor glucose, dehydration, and pulse.
Miniature biological robots flex their muscles.
An innate ability to foster rapid prototyping, inexpensive product development, and low-volume, high-mix production makes sheet hydroforming ideal for medical device manufacturing.
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