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Dan Sanchez on How to Improve Extruded Components
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Improving extruded components requires careful attention to a number of factors, including dimensional tolerance, material selection, and processing. Trelleborg’s Dan Sanchez provides detailed insights into each of these considerations to help you advance your device innovations while reducing costs and speeding time to market.

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White Papers: Medical
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Manufacturing Transfers for Medtech Innovators Part 4: Matching Technical Expertise in Equipment and Software Applications

The seamless transition of production from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to a contract manufacturing...

Products: Electronics & Computers
See where the product focus is this month: power supplies, including power entry modules from Schurter, XP Power's AC-DC power modules, highly compact power supplies from Cosel Co. Ltd., and binder USA's coded panel-mount parts.
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Products: Sensors/Data Acquisition
See the new products and services, including an ultrathin cable module for single-use endoscopes from Omnivision, CUI Inc's dc-dc converter, Vision Engineering's stereo microscopes, Henkel's expanded portfolio for wearables, SupplyOne's packaging solutions, and more.
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Briefs: Electronics & Computers
The article explores the role of high-attenuation shielding in ensuring EMC in medical devices, highlighting Tech Etch's 2400 and 2500 series fabric over foam as examples to effectively block EMI in sensitive medical electronics.
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News: Regulations/Standards

MasterControl, a provider of quality and manufacturing software solutions for the life sciences industry, has released a new study analyzing five years of product recall...

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R&D: Medical
Researchers have implemented a novel technique called transcranial temporal interference electrical stimulation (tTIS) for noninvasive neuromodulation in humans to successfully target deep structures and enhance motor skill learning in healthy older subjects.
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Briefs: Electronics & Computers
A game-changing technology is revolutionizing the electro-thermal design process. Read on to learn more.
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Products: Software
See the new products and services, including Dillon Manufacturing's claw jaws, mesh-morphing technology from RBF Morph, an eQMS from Sierra Labs, Qosina's stopcock manifold, Surface Solutions Group's sustainable coating, Zuken's design platform, and more.
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News: Software

TeleDaaS™, PLLC, a dosimetry-as-a-service, made its official debut at RSNA2023. The new service specializes in delivering clinical-grade, precision-based dosimetry...

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Products: Medical
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News: Medical

Molex, a developer of electronics leader and connectivity products, has expanded its global manufacturing footprint with the opening of a new campus in Katowice,...

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White Papers: Design
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Future of Patient Monitoring and Connected Healthcare Intel Solution Brief

In our data-rich medical world, the challenge lies in analyzing information in real-time to enhance patient care. Kontron's MediClient Panel PC, built on Intel®...

Products: Materials
Supercapacitor Modules

Double-layer, series-connected electrochemical supercapacitor modules are now available from Kyocera AVX, Fountain Inn, SC. The new SCM Series modules can be used by themselves or in...

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Podcasts: Sensors/Data Acquisition
A new technology offers a minimally invasive option for neurology while improving patient outcomes.
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INSIDER: Sensors/Data Acquisition

A new super flexible, self-healing and highly conductive material could significantly improve the performance of wearable technologies, soft robotics, smart devices and...

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Tech Talks: Medical
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Designing a solution for molecular diagnostic instruments involves a complex system including a long list of hardware, software, firmware, consumables, and...

Features: Design
The long road toward ending Parkinson’s disease is not a typical one. It is far from linear, has innumerable hills and valleys, and we’ll likely only sense reaching the destination before actually seeing it.
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Videos of the Month: Robotics, Automation & Control
See the videos of the month, including an unprecedented view of gene regulation, a new composite film that improves the safety of personal protective suits, a new kind of strength-building wearable for those with restricted mobility, and more.
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Products: Materials
See the new products and services, including a low-capacity torque sensor from Sensor Technology, Dymax' first medical product in its new Hybrid Light-Curable series of adhesives, a bone screw inspection and measurement module from VisionX, and more.
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Blog: IoMT

Industry 4.0 is bringing about a fundamental shift in manufacturing, offering numerous opportunities for efficiency, customization, and innovation. This...

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INSIDER: Nanotechnology

In living organisms, cells have a very high capacity to process and communicate information by moving molecules or ions through tiny channels that span the cell membrane. Researchers...

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INSIDER: Materials

A photonic material-based “soft, ultrathin, radiative-cooling interface” that greatly enhances heat dissipation in devices, with temperature drops more than 56 °C,...

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Features: Software
The digitized manufacturing environment is here and continues to gain momentum. For many companies in the life sciences arena, industry 4.0 is a business strategy.
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Features: Packaging & Sterilization
Cleaning plays a crucial role in process validation for manufacturing electronic medical devices. It ensures the highest performance, reliability, and safety levels. Cleaning removes contaminants that can compromise device functionality and longevity.
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R&D: Electronics & Computers
Researchers have designed wood-derived electronic-skin substrates for electrophysiological monitoring that are functional, sustainable, and comfortable.
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Products: Medical
See the product of the month: A micro-coaxial cable from Times Microwave. It can be used for single-use and reusable sterilizable applications as a discrete transmission line or integrated into a cable bundle for higher-density solutions.
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White Papers: Design
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High-Efficiency Power Conversion Designs in Automotive and Transportation Applications

Download our Whitepaper for an in-depth examination of the extensive capabilities and competitive advantages of the power management ICs from Diodes Inc....

News: Medical

Critical Manufacturing, a developer of manufacturing execution systems (MES) for global, multi-site operations, has expanded into Mexico, reinforcing its commitment to...

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News: Electronics & Computers

Intricon plans to open the first facility in Costa Rica dedicated to the development and manufacturing of medical devices that incorporate...

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Inside Story

Selecting and Implementing Automation Solutions

Medical Manufacturing Technologies, Inc. (MMT), a leading global provider of medical device manufacturing solutions, acquired Ireland-based Somex Automation and Ward Automation Galway. Recognized for developing best-in-class custom automation and integration solutions encompassing the entire product lifecycle, from design and development through production, testing, and packaging, these brands have become the flagship offerings of MMT Automation. To find out more about selecting and implementing automation solutions, MDB recently spoke with Dave McMorrow, Technical Director, MMT Automation and Michael Wall, Technical Director, Somex Automation, an MMT company.

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