Revox promoting sterilization method at DeviceTalks Boston

Revox Sterilization Solutions and Cantel Medical are part of the Cantel Medical Corp, a medical device company dedicated to infection prevention and control. The Revox team includes mechanical engineers, chemists, microbiologists, quality assurance and regulatory affairs professionals. The company will work to understand your challenges, concerns and opportunities and provide expert insight to help you

Tegra Medical touting manufacturing services at DeviceTalks Boston

Tegra Medical is focused exclusively on precision machining and contract manufacturing services for the medical device industry, producing components and assemblies for leading edge surgical and interventional companies. As an end-to-end solutions provider, the company’s services range from prototyping to full production, and from components to finished medical devices. It also meets the need for

Mack Medical promoting manufacturing and engineering services at DeviceTalks Boston

MackMedical/Mack Molding is a full-service contract manufacturer specializing in plastics design, prototyping, molding, sheet metal fabrication, machining and medical device manufacturing. Founded in 1920, Mack is a privately-owned business operating out of 11 facilities in North America. Coupled with Synectic Medical Product Development – its product development arm focuses on design, research, development, and manufacturing

Keystone Solutions Group showcasing welding and heating systems at DeviceTalks Boston

Keystone Solutions Group is a West Michigan-based engineering, product development and medical device manufacturing company. Since 1997 Keystone has collaborated with customers across the U.S. in the aerospace, automotive, life science, and medical device industries to design, develop, test and manufacture a wide range of products from concept through production and distribution. The company provides

Sunrise Labs to showcase engineering and tech services at DeviceTalks Boston

Sunrise Labs offers complete product development for medical devices, combination products, and life science instrumentation, leveraging our ISO-13485 and ISO-9001 certified processes. Featured services: Connectivity, technology readiness, project rescue Connectivity: Adding wireless connectivity to devices is a trend rapidly gaining momentum in the healthcare industry. Sunrise Labs specializes in architecting and implementing innovative engineering solutions to

Foster touts extrusion technology and more at DeviceTalks Boston

For over 25 years Foster Corporation has been serving medical device manufacturers with technology and service in custom biomedical polymer compounding. Within two ISO 13485:2003 and ISO 9001:2008 certified facilities, Foster offers expert formulation development and production of polymer enhancements including radiopaque fillers, custom colors and other specialty additives. Featured technology: ProPell Compounds, PureEase, Medibatch Color Concentrates

Boston MedTech Advisors touting case studies at DeviceTalks Boston

Boston MedTech Advisors supports its clients (from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies) in the commercialization of new products and services by addressing the highly inter-dependent regulatory, clinical studies, reimbursement, marketing and business development challenges of the global medical technology industry. Featured services: Case studies Boston MedTech Advisors has been working on addressing spine problems for several

Cognition to touting compliance and commercialization at DeviceTalks Boston

Cognition Corp., headquartered in Lexington, Mass., has been offering solutions for medical device, pharmaceutical, and combination products compliance and commercialization for more than 10 years. The Cockpit Platform provides the framework for an extensive set of compliance templates. These templates, which include Risk Management and Design Controls, along with professional services, give companies a jump-start

DeviceTalks Boston: Here’s what you need to know

DeviceTalks Boston on Oct 2. will give attendees the chance to see some of the best minds in medtech live. There will be learning and networking opportunities galore. Read on and meet some of the top medical device leaders and experts who will be speaking – and discover other highlights from the upcoming show.   Next>> (See

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5 DeviceTalks Boston exhibitors you should know

DeviceTalks Boston is an annual event that allows some of the best minds in medtech to exchange ideas, insights and technologies. The event is hosted by Medical Design & Outsourcing’s sister site MassDevice. Those who attend the event can expect to network with other medtech enthusiasts, attend in-depth interviews with leaders in the industry and

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Cyient showcasing contract manufacturing and engineering at DeviceTalks Boston

Cyient provides value for medtech companies with comprehensive contract engineering and manufacturing solutions that improve productivity, resource capacity, and supply chain efficiency. The company focuses on affordability across the product lifecycle supports cost management and quality. Cyient is experienced in multiple industries with a focus on diagnostic imaging, in-vitro diagnostics and cardiology. Featured services: Value engineering,

The startup pivot: How to rethink your medical device company

In the medtech market, startups have to be flexible; the startup pivot is crucial. “Companies have to morph as they go,” said Maria Palasis, CEO of bioresorbable drug delivery system company 480 Biomedical. Palasis explained that startups, and even mature companies should expect to shift their technology in one way or another through the course of

What’s next in 3D printing prototypes

Tony Holtz, Proto Labs 3D printing is advancing, especially for medical device applications. Printer developers are making leaps when it comes to achieving finer resolution and prototypers are improving steps for secondary processes. The 3D printing technology has enabled improvements in micro resolution features and clarity for lenses and microfluidics. The improved secondary operations have created

Medtech innovation: Here’s how you speed it up

Here’s how medtech can speed up its processes and tap into innovation, courtesy of Peter Douglass, director of technical operations at Proto Labs. Innovation in the medtech space is what every company wants. And there are many theories on how to get there. One is that improving the speed at which you develop will naturally

FAIs: When do you use conventional versus digital inspection methods?

Tony Holtz, Proto Labs First article inspections (FAIs) can be time-consuming and costly, but they are a necessary step in getting medical devices from product design to production. Medical device manufacturers are likely familiar with the process, although most leave it to suppliers to handle. Even if that is the case, device makers should get