Optics, Packaging Among Topics at Medical Design Show

May 22, 2008
The 26th annual Medical Design & Manufacturing East show will run from June 3 to 5 in the Javits Convention Center in New York City, with conferences beginning June 2.

This year, the Optics and Biomedevice pavilions have been added to LaserTec, Precision- Tec, MedPak, Quality, and Medical electronics. A few of the conference tracks cover Marketing a medical device in the United States, Risk management for medical devices, Medical-device packaging: Regulation and innovation, and Designing a better medical device. MD&M East claims it’s the East Coast’s leading educational and networking forum for the medical-manufacturing industry.

Visit mdmeast.com for more information and to register.

Ultrasonic welding from Herrmann Ultrasonics Inc. (hermannultrasonics.com), Bartlett, Ill., will also be on display. Medialog welding machines, mostly used by medical-device companies and other plastic-assembly manufacturers, feature clean room-friendly surfaces. Incoming air is filtered, and exhaust air can be directed through existing ventilation.

Ultrasonic welding from Herrmann Ultrasonics Inc. (hermannultrasonics.com), Bartlett, Ill., will also be on display. Medialog welding machines, mostly used by medical-device companies and other plastic-assembly manufacturers, feature clean room-friendly surfaces. Incoming air is filtered, and exhaust air can be directed through existing ventilation.

Pittman brushless-dc servomotors’ coilwinded geometry in slotless motors is said to deliver more power using less energy. These micromotors suit medical devices, instruments, and dental drills. The smallest (size 05) motor performs with minimal vibration at high speeds, and the heavy-duty (size 18) motor can be customized for specific performance. Size ranges from 0.500 in. to 1.750 in., with speeds to 44,525 rpm and continuous torque up to 42.6 oz-in. For details, visit: ametektechnicalproducts.com.

Pittman brushless-dc servomotors’ coilwinded geometry in slotless motors is said to deliver more power using less energy. These micromotors suit medical devices, instruments, and dental drills. The smallest (size 05) motor performs with minimal vibration at high speeds, and the heavy-duty (size 18) motor can be customized for specific performance. Size ranges from 0.500 in. to 1.750 in., with speeds to 44,525 rpm and continuous torque up to 42.6 oz-in. For details, visit: ametektechnicalproducts.com.

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