October 1, 2016|Medical Medical Design Briefs - October 2016 Here are links to this issue’s Features, Tech Briefs, Products and more. You can also download the complete issue LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Don't have an account? Sign up here. Inside this issue Features Articles Muddy Waters May Be in Hot Water over Flawed St. Jude Report How the IoT Is Enabling the Next Generation of Medical Devices Wearable Medical Sensors Provide New Solutions to Changing Needs Emerging Technologies: Challenge or Opportunity for the Medical Device Industry? Medical Device Outsourcing: Intellectual Property Considerations New Tube-Cutting Technology Meets Next-Generation Production Needs Grinding Machines Offer Unique Capabilities for the Medical Industry Laser Texturing Continues to Evolve in Medical Applications Products UV Plastic Adhesive Photonics Alignment Platform Stainless Steel Cylinder Silicone System Vision Sensors Color Concentrates High-Volume Manufacturing Fiber Optic Microswitch Temperature Data Logger Universal Code Reader Round Actuators DC Miniature Motor Sensor Packaging Confocal Microscope Metal Cables Wireless Handheld Controls Photo Etching UV/Vis Spectrophotometer Linear Motor and Ballscrew Positioning Stages Direct Diode Laser Welder 3G Laser Welder Micro Hardness Testers Laser Welding System Clamping System for Milling Extrusion Crosshead Laser Tracker Software Laser Welder for Plastics 3D Inspection System Combined Auto ID and Machine Vision Platform Thermoforming Packaging Machine Automated Dispensing System Application Development Lab Fiber Punch Laser Processing CT Measurement Software Tech Briefs Tech Briefs Implanted Devices Can Talk Through Wi-Fi Tiny Solar Cells Deliver Big Power Biodegradable Polymer Is Stronger and Longer Lasting Gaming Camera Aids MS Treatment Dust-Sized Sensors Could Create “Electroceuticals” NIST Illuminates Transfer of Nanoscale Motion Through Microscale Machine Electrochemical Etching Improves 3D printing of metals View the discussion thread.