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Supplier Stories for the Week of May 5

Medical device manufacturer Cirtronics will host the panel discussion, "Case Studies in Transition to Manufacturing," on Thursday, May 16, 3:00-4:00 pm during the upcoming BIOMEDevice Boston conference. During the discussion medtech experts will share their perspectives on taking medical device designs to full-scale production and provide examples for product design engineers, manufacturing engineers, and engineering team leaders. “The group of experts will share their experiences of transitioning their medical devices from design to manufacturing. Panel members will focus on optimizing cost and quality in ways that align with the unique needs of each product," explained panel moderator Andy McMillan, who serves chair of Cirtronics’ Board of Advisors.McMillan will be joined by panelists Doug Vincent, president & CEO, VentriFlo; Daemeon Pratt, NPI engineering manager, Nordson Medical; and Corey Libby, vice president, research & development, Interscope Inc.  After the initial discussion,  the speakers will participate in a Q&A conversation with the audience.Cirtronics’s Transition to Manufacturing (T2M) services include optimizing part sourcing, traceability, test development and verification, pilot production, and manufacturing readiness strategy. These services are tailored to each of Cirtronics’ customer’s needs as they transition products from design to manufacturing, the company reported.Visit Cirtronics at Booth #749 to meet with Cirtronics’s T2M experts.[Image courtesy of CIRTRONICS]Editor's Note: If you have news you’d like to submit for potential inclusion in future weekly roundups, please send a press release and any related images to [email protected] with the subject line “Supplier Stories.”
Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of May 5
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