Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device
25-27 September 2019 | Shanghai,China
2019.04.30 Purified Fat Could Be an Alternative to Breast Implants
Solana Beach, CA-based Puregraft has developed a technology that would use a person’s own fat for breast augmentation or restructuring.
2019.04.24 Smooth or Textured: A Lesson in Biocompatibility
Tissue response to an implanted device can be influenced by many factors.
2019.02.20 It’s Time for New Medtech Materials—Could Academia Help?
A specialist in implantable structures offers ideas on how to drive new materials development.
2018.08.14 New Thinking Informs Soft-Material 3D Printing
As 3D printing evolves, researchers have gone beyond mere fabrication processes to developing techniques for optimizing how particular materials can be printed. To that end, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering have developed a new approach to optimizing the 3D printing of soft materials. This approach combines expert judgment with an algorithm designed to search parameter combinations relevant for 3D printing, they said.
2018.08.02 Adhesives: Enabling the Future of Wearable Medical Devices
Adhesives must continue to push the boundaries of what’s expected and thought to be possible to keep momentum in the wearable medical device market and to provide
2018.07.25 ePTFE for the Cardiovascular Device Industry
For over 35 years, expanded PolyTetraFluoroEthylene (ePTFE) has been a mainstay of the cardiovascular device industry.
2018.07.06 New Labeling Solutions Emerge for UDI
UPM Raflatac launches new sterilizable label materials to support UDI.
2018.06.21 Photo Of The Day: A Stretchy Circuit
Researchers in China have made a new hybrid conductive material—part elastic polymer, part liquid metal—that can be bent and stretched at will. Circuits made with this material can take most two-dimensional shapes and are also non-toxic, according to Cell Press.
2018.05.29 Current LSR Material Trends in the Molding of Medical Devices
Where is the evolution of LSR use—for molders, formulators, and especially designers and device engineers—headed in the coming years?
2018.04.20 Entering a Golden Age of Medical Materials
Ethicon’s principal materials engineer discusses the latest in exciting new medical materials and considers where the trends will take device makers and designers in the years ahead.