Items Tagged with 'medical devices'


Assembly in Action: FDM the Creative Heartbeat of Medical Device Company

Acist (Advanced Contrast Imaging System Technology) is a medical device company that specializes in developing con-trast injection systems for use in cardiology and radiology.

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PSAs for Medical Device Assembly

With their ability to bond many different surfaces, pressure-sensitive adhesives are ideal for medical device assembly.

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Medical Device Assembly:Top 10 Reasons Medical Devices Fail

More than 90 percent of electronic medical devices initially fail to comply with standards.

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Medical-Device Startup Plans Production Expansion

SAUSALITO, CA-—Sanovas Inc. announced this week that it will expand its corporate headquarters in Marin County’s southernmost city and start local assembly of key components for its microsurgical devices, used in diagnosing and treating cancer and other chronic diseases.

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On Campus: Minnesota Facility Promotes Medical Device Innovation

College is a great time to experiment. That’s exactly what the Medical Devices Center (MDC) at the University of Minnesota encourages students to do. The 4,000-square-foot facility promotes interdisciplinary medical device development, including needs assessment, creative brainstorming, prototyping and testing.
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Micro Welding Conductive Materials

Green lasers are a viable method for welding thin copper parts in high-volume applications.
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Behind the Scenes at Philips New Kensington

More than 200 people work at the 172,000-square-foot Philips Respironics plant in New Kensington, PA. They assemble electromechanical medical devices for the global sleep and respiratory market. View a slideshow featuring some of the men and women who work on the line at the 2011 Assembly Plant of the Year.
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Behind the Scenes at Ford's Michigan Assembly Plant

People are the heart and soul of the 2012 Assembly Plant of the Year. This slideshow shows some of the men and women who build three different types of electrified vehicles alongside traditional gas-powered cars on the auto industry’s most flexible assembly line—Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, MI. Photos courtesy Ford Motor Co.


 Live from The ASSEMBLY Show, Bob Wood, president of ECI Spinnomatic, talks about his company’s newest product: a fully automated riveting cell equipped with a rotary indexing table, a six-axis robot, an orbital forming unit, and laser sensors. 

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Welding: Principles & Practices

This text introduces students to a solid background in the basic principles and practices of welding.

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