3D printing can give your medtech startup a competitive edge

You need to be fast and nimble to compete. A strong maker culture enabled by 3D design and 3D printing could be the way to do it. Derek Mathers, Worrell It can be a lonely world for medical and biotechnology startup entrepreneurs during the early days. Despite their deep desire to introduce and scale novel life-extending

What you need to know about industrial design and medtech

Worrell, a life sciences design firm in Minneapolis, recently came up with a metaphor for what industrial design offers the medical devices space: It’s “art in the OR.” So why does the OR or the medical device field in general need art? Worrell’s founder Bob Worrell lists 2 companies: Apple and Google. “Wouldn’t think of

Webinar: Art in the OR – How industrial designers help innovate surgical procedures

    Bob Worrell, founder of Worrell, Inc., a Minneapolis-based Healthcare Design firm, and Nicole Parks, industrial design manager at Worrell, will provide insights into the unique role that industrial designers play during the medical device product development process. The webinar will explore how industrial designers utilize their skillets and perspectives to unlock opportunities for

Using 3D printing to develop injection molds for medical devices

Since Worrell began 3D printing injection molds for medical devices, it has slashed lead times by 95% compared to traditional tooling, with costs plummeting 70%. The company, in…

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