Posts categorized as“Manufacturing”

Nigel Syrotuck

XYZs of Medical Device Vibration Testing

Medical devices, especially complex ones with electronics, almost always undergo shipping testing before they are considered safe enough for market. We use 3rd party testing services to run typical load profiles on devices in their packaging. These usually include impact, drop and vibration testing, amongst others. Vibration testing is a particularly interesting subject, which we’ll […]

Nigel Syrotuck

What do Mil-Spec Anodizing Types and Classes Mean?

Let’s talk about what an anodized finish actually is.   A core finishing technique around the world, anodizing is highly valued in the medical industry to promote longevity of devices. It is a finishing process that can be applied to a few different materials, the most common being aluminum (in fact, this blog will only discuss […]

Nathan Muller

3D Printed Parts Streamline Development Process

This blog provides a context for designers to streamline their development process using 3D printed parts as a part of their market-ready medical devices. 3D printing is disruptive. It challenges the way that designers consider product development. Contrasted with traditional fabrication methods, 3D printing offers several benefits along with certain limitations. Regulatory agencies are providing […]

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