Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device
25-27 September 2019 | Shanghai,China
2019.06.28 Why Medtech Manufacturers Should Automate Fluid Dispensing Operations
The use of robotic fluid dispensing systems helps manufacturers to assemble ever-smaller and increasingly fragile medical devices.
2019.06.14 7 Reasons to Use Robotics in Assembly and Packaging
Medical device manufacturers can utilize robotics throughout their operations, from automated lines to semiautomated and mixed manual lines.
2019.03.26 Rationalize Your Labeling Approach to Prepare for the EU MDRs
Overhaul labeling processes in order to handle any future regulatory changes, and consider adopting a joined-up, cloud-based labeling and artwork management solution.
2019.03.08 Is Medtech Ready for an On-Demand Manufacturing Model?
Advances in medtech prototyping are driving new manufacturing capabilities. An on-demand medtech contract manufacturer offers one perspective.
2019.02.28 Do You Consider the Recyclability of Your Packaging?
Results from a study on flexible packaging could encourage medtech to consider the “second life” of materials.
2019.01.08 Making Injection Molding More Efficient
Thanks to a new validation and part process, molders can now replicate transferable plastic conditions that can save millions of dollars a year and reduce machine downtime.
2018.11.28 4 Factors to Consider When Selecting a Spring Manufacturer
Cost and timeliness alone shouldn’t drive your decision.
2018.10.26 8 Medtech Manufacturing Trends You Need to Know
The manufacturing industry is on an upward growth trajectory, fueled by a strong economy and steady demand for products. But the $6.2 trillion industry is also faced with a host of challenges that are making it tough for
2018.10.26 5 Steps to Move 3D Printing Processes from Prototyping to Production
Thanks to 3D printing, mass customization of medical devices offers a number of benefits to both patients and the healthcare system.
2018.10.24 Making Injection Molding More Efficient
Thanks to a new validation and part process, molders can now replicate transferable plastic conditions that can save millions of a dollars a year and reduce machine downtime.