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How New Processes are Revolutionizing Medical Device Design

The advances in medical technology over the last few years are truly astounding. Medical device design is taking off as more innovators are bringing new concepts to the marketplace that are saving lives and improving health. Big strides are being made in diverse...

How to Choose the Perfect Material for Your Plastic Part

The are many things to consider when deciding on what type of resin to use in the manufacturing of your plastic parts. What works for one product may not work for another, as every plastic material has its own unique characteristics and benefits. In order to fully...

Corner and Edge Protection is a Cheap Way to Protect Your Product

Anyone who has ever had to move knows how easy it is to ding, dent, or otherwise damage item that comes in the form of a sheet or a pane. Tabletops, mirrors, paintings, and other large, flat, ungainly items can be difficult to move safely from one place to another....

Cold Vs. Hot Runner Molds: Which Is Better For Your Plastic Parts?

Plastic parts in equipment are being used more than ever, from the automotive industry to the medical field, and even in construction. Generally, these parts are made using an injection molding process—one of the fastest and most accurate ways to manufacture plastic...

A Guide To Custom Blow Molding

Plastic parts in equipment are being used more than ever, from the automotive industry to the medical field, and even in construction. Generally, these parts are made using an injection molding process—one of the fastest and most accurate ways to manufacture plastic...

Clean Room Molding Technology is Essential for Medical Devices

The use of custom blow molding is required to create uniform hollow shapes in plastic parts. Think of it as a balloon within a design that allows a hollow expansion or extension of the sides of a tube or shape. There are three different processes that can be used to...

Benefits of CAD 3D Modeling in Industrial Product Design & Engineering

When it comes to making devices that have medical applications, there is no room for error. Clean room molding technology ensures that the devices being created are free of contamination from a variety of environmental factors, including dust, pollen, bacteria, and...

Producing Medical Devices: A Plastic Injection Molding Service

Since the early 1980’s, computer-aided design software (CAD) has taken over the engineering industry as the standard tool used for drafting and design of mechanical components and assemblies. Immediately, projects were able to go from concept to prototype in record...

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