The company is adding a 35,000-square-foot facility, including a 3,400-square-foot cleanroom, to its St. Charles, IL, plant.
Phillips-Medisize (Hudson, WI) has released its third-generation connected-health platform, which is scalable across multiple patient therapies and populations.
The process reportedly will increase productivity, reduce overall costs and improve the part’s mechanical integrity.
Contract molder MMD Medical (Brooklyn Park, MN) invites MD&M/PLASTEC Minneapolis attendees to take its challenge—yes, it involves Silly Putty—at booth 1911 and compete for two front-row tickets to a Minnesota Wild or Minnesota Timberwolves game.
The Sub-Lite-Wall StreamLiner series enables medical device OEMs to produce a sturdier finished product that retains necessary functional properties such as torqueablity, pushability and flexibility.
Stakeholders across the healthcare plastics recycling chain discuss opportunities and challenges.
The supplier of high-performance elastomer and thermoplastics molding services to the medical device industry has added a new Class 8 cleanroom at its 70,000-square-foot Litchfield, MN, facility.
Experts from injection molding and 3D printing companies are scheduled to participate in a panel discussion at PLASTEC Minneapolis.
Midwest companies act locally, think globally as they meet OEM demands while strengthening U.S. manufacturing.
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