MD&M West: 10 technologies you should know

MD&M West is one of the largest medical device manufacturing events in the world, so it’s easy to get lost on the show floor. Even if you were in Anaheim, Calif., for the event last week, you may have missed a lot. From a new robotics insights display from Rethink Robotics to a disinfectant-resistant plastic

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What you need to know about heat shrink tubing

Heat shrink tubing comes in a range of materials for many medical applications. Custom materials are also available. Justin Fry, TE Connectivity Medical There is a lot more to medical tubing than extruded polymers. Heat shrink tubing, for instance, provides a range of materials intended to improve designs and solve engineering and manufacturing problems. For instance,

TE Connectivity Identification Solutions Catalog provides complete resource guide for identification products

TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, released its new Identification Solutions Catalog to provide customers easy access to the full range of TE identification products and solutions. The comprehensive catalog includes identification solutions in the following product families: Printable tubing manage marker system and include the TMS System Six products that ensure

How TE Connectivity wants to transform patient care

TE Connectivity (TE), a connectivity and sensor products and services company, is showcasing technologies designed to mitigate medical device design challenges at MD&M West this week in Anaheim, Calif. Product experts from TE will be on site (Booth #3149) to discuss how TE’s customized sensing, connectivity and minimally invasive device solutions are helping to transform

TE Connectivity gains on Q3 earnings beat

TE Connectivity (NYSE:TEL) shares are up today after the contract manufacturing giant beat expectations with its fiscal third-quarter earnings and said it would acquire German connector maker Intercontec Group. Schaffhausen, Switzerland-based TE Connectivity posted profits of $839 million, or $2.19 per share, on sales of $3.12 billion for the three months ended June 24, for a bottom-line

TE Connectivity pays $895m for Creganna Medical

TE Connectivity (NYSE:TEL) said today that it agreed to pick up Irish medical device maker Creganna Medical for $895 million in cash. Cregganna, which is owned by private equity shop Permira Funds, posted sales of $250 million last year, Schaffhausen, Switzerland-based TE Connectivity said. “The acquisition of Creganna Medical is part of our well-established strategy