Medical Design

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Linear Bearings and Actuators for Medical Applications

Linear Bearings and Actuators for Applications

Mark Einarson, a sales engineer at Nippon Bearings, discusses high-precision linear bearings and actuators, highlighting their corrosion resistance and suitability for medical...
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Smart Factories, M2M Connections Markets Continue to Grow

Ever-increasing machine connectedness means that today’s design engineers consider smart connectivity, predictive maintenance and cybersecurity as well as mechanical design and...
Sharon Spielman

Insights from MD&M West: Keynotes, Sessions and Exhibits

The medical design and manufacturing event addressed the needs of the growing medical device industry through presentations and exhibits that did not disappoint.
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ICYMI: What Was Displayed at IME West 2024?

We rounded up just a few of the products and technology you missed if you weren’t able to attend the show.
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MD&M West 2024: Record-setting Rainfall Didn’t Keep Attendees Away from the Monday MiniTec Track

The opening day of sessions didn’t disappoint as the MiniTec track was well-attended, despite the weather.
Courtesy Protolabs

Stereolithography: Still Popular After all These Years

This plastic 3D printing process uses a thermoset liquid, not a thermoplastic, which is UV-cured in layers to form final parts with high precision and detail.
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Lights-Out Machining and Robots and Widgets

They’re not raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens, but these five pieces of content are a few of my favorite things from 2023.
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Machine Design Tips the Hat to Contributors of Note in 2023

Catch up on technology updates you’ve been meaning to read about all year. Links are provided at your fingertips.
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Medical Device Maker Enhances its Packaging 3D Printing Workflow with a Benchtop Multiplier Pressure Former

When its FDM process alone was inefficient for creating prototypes, Oertli 3D printed positive molds to serve as a thermoforming template for the Mayku Multiplier.