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Meet More than 100 Exhibitors at MD&M BIOMEDigital
Micro molding, hydrophilic coatings, automation, digital health tech, component engineering, critical fluid control products, and more medtech solutions will be showcased at the upcoming virtual event.
March 24, 2021
8 Min Read
More than 100 exhibitors will be participating in the upcoming MD&M BIOMEDigital, a virtual exhibition plus conference taking place April 6 and 7. Attendees will be able to connect and network with companies specializing in the advancement of surgical robotics, digital health technology, design innovation, automation for medical device manufacturers, component engineering, critical fluid control products and engineering, hydrophilic coating, ISO certification, micro-mold manufacturing, and more medtech solutions.
“This year, especially, it is essential for manufacturers to continue connecting with biomed device engineers, innovators, decision-makers, and buyers investing in new solutions,” said Hayley Haggarty, group event director, MD&M BIOMEDigital, in a news release. “We’re thrilled to host such a strong roster of exhibitors that are laying the foundation for market growth. We’re committed to serving this agile community that is driving frontline product innovation—our mission with the all-new digital event is to expand partnerships that will further advancement of life-saving medical devices and technology.”
Featured exhibitors shared the following previews:
B9Creations is launching new biocompatible engineering materials for its line of high-precision additive manufacturing platforms at the MD&M BIOMEDigital event, including:
BioRes – Silicone: Offering a combination of biocompatibility, high precision, surface finish, and tear resistance, their medical-grade silicone is ISO 10993 pending for prolonged skin contact of up to 30 days.
Resilient – Silicone: Suited for parts that need to withstand flexing, compression, and bending. Even through repeated cycles, Resilient-Silicone resin will spring back quickly to its original shape.
BioRes – Micro Precision: Formulated for highly detailed, microscale parts with thin walls and features. With no z-bleed, parts have crisp detail, excellent readability, biocompatibility, and smooth surface finish. Features as small as 100 μm. BioRes - Micro Precision is ISO 10993 certified.
For a full list of materials, visit https://www.b9c.com/products/materials.
BioInteractions and Phoel have combined their expertise to create TridAnt Infection Prevention Infrastructure to prevent and control pathogenic transmission. The infection prevention infrastructure is developed to kill 99.999% of bacteria and viruses for up to 365 days. The TridAnt technology works in conjunction with rapid testing and vaccines to provide protection structure against COVID-19, its mutations, and the possibility of future pathogens. This complete infrastructure can be applied safely into schools, restaurants, hotels, and hospitals, the companies reported.
The newly expanded Transition to Manufacturing (T2M) facility at Cirtronics accelerates products’ seamless move into full-scale production by providing immediate access to engineers and process equipment. Using the T2M facility increases manufacturing efficiency, improves yield, decreases re-work, and shortens time to market, the company reported. It can prove useful when building complex systems with exacting quality and regulatory requirements, including medical devices that incorporate optical assemblies and lasers. At Cirtronics, the T2M offering and all of its contract manufacturing services are tailored to fit customer needs. Cirtronics is FDA registered as well as ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified.
Massachusetts-based Integrated Computer Solutions Inc. (ICS) creates embedded and touchscreen, voice, and gesture-powered smart devices and products, such as high-performance medical devices, in vitro diagnostic instruments, and scientific software as well as embedded air traffic control systems and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems for Tier 1 automakers. As connected technologies drive innovation and transform healthcare, companies like MilliporeSigma, Thermo Fisher, and Boston Scientific look to ICS to help deliver improved patient outcomes and gain strategic advantages through transformational products including drug-delivery pumps, defibrillators, cancer-killing proton radiation systems, and intelligent respiratory and ventilation devices, the company reported.
Building on its history as an innovator in medtech UX design and software development and in response to demand for complex medical devices, ICS has invested heavily in this area of its business over the last several years. Accordingly, the company recently established a dedicated medical device practice, adding talent with critical competencies to leverage and adapt technology advances and service offerings in the areas of usability design, cybersecurity, AI and robotics, cloud services, and regulatory compliance. ICS’s medtech practice offers end-to-end product design and development with UX and visual designers and software engineers that utilize ISO 13485-compliant platforms and processes leading to a 510(k) submission.
Performance Motion Devices Inc. (PMD) will showcase a new ultra-compact intelligent motion control amplifier. In addition to exhibiting its motion control ICs, modules, and boards, PMD will be announcing the launch of its new family of intelligent motion control amplifiers. ION/CME N-Series Digital Drives are compact, PCB-mountable intelligent drives that provide high-performance motion control, network connectivity (Ethernet, CAN, serial, and SPI), and amplification. They feature high power density (up to 1000 W) in a patented ultra-rugged form factor. N-Series IONs drive Brushless DC, DC Brush, and step motors, and perform profile generation, servo compensation, stall detection, field-oriented control (FOC), electronic camming, and many other motion control functions. The N-Series ION drives have an all-in-one design approach that allows the creation of fully custom multi-axis motion control boards in weeks, rather than months or even years, the company reported.
Medical device engineering and manufacturing teams leverage Pipeline to develop turnkey equipment, custom fixtures, and automated machines to characterize, inspect, assemble, manufacture, and perform verification testing on their devices. Pipeline’s semi-custom nested device holders offer a convenient off-the-shelf solution for R&D and manufacturing teams to hold their devices in fully constrained, zero-play, unambiguous locations, facilitating accurate and repeatable process operations such as testing, inspection, and assembly. Nested device holders cradle devices’ contours perfectly and are available in a variety of sizes to accommodate specific devices and can be customized with mounting hole patterns and tool-free fasteners to match specific needs. 3D printed with a special carbon fiber material, Pipeline’s device holders are nearly as strong as Al and can be made in days instead of weeks for a fraction of the cost, the company reported.
Ray Products is a full-service custom thermoforming company with an earned reputation for providing customers with quality, precision, and dependability, for more than seven decades. Continuously investing in its 48,000-sq-ft ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturing facility, it utilizes cutting-edge equipment including 6-axis robotic trim and 3D coordinate measurement systems to provide advanced vacuum forming and pressure forming capabilities. Ray Products is exhibiting at MD&M BIOMEDigital to highlight the key advantages of thermoforming and break down the process in six steps. Equipped with the largest thermoforming capabilities on the West Coast, Ray Products offers high quality, quick turnarounds, lower tooling costs, and in-house finishing at competitive pricing.
Sterling Medical Devices has been delivering medical device design innovation—from concept to market—for more than two decades. Its core competencies include system, software, electrical-mechanical design, and development, as well as expertise in regulatory affairs and human factors engineering. Its team of medical device designers, developers, and certified project managers works exclusively on projects in the medical device design and development industry, incorporating the most current FDA guidelines and regulations, best practices, and latest tools in the industry for development projects. With a specialization in Polarion ALM, a browser-based regulatory-compliant software program, its Sterling PLM division accompanies customers through the product development lifecycle, offering complete traceability, requirements management, and project management.
The company aims to help clients get to market faster, streamline the regulatory process, minimize risk, and cut costs.
Exhibiting at MD&M BIOMEDigital, Sunrise Labs will showcase its medical device design and engineering expertise for all stages of product development. For almost 30 years, clients have come to Sunrise Labs for product development and engineering services, leveraging its ISO 13485:2016 certified process. The company specializes in the design and development of digital health solutions and complex electro-mechanical systems for MedTech and Life Science applications. It is known for solving tough engineering problems and turning novel ideas into commercially viable products. Its client success and testimonials demonstrate its strength in software, electronics, systems, mechanical, optical engineering, fluidics, and user experience design. Attendees can look forward to learning about its project portfolio including products that change lives, including solutions for patient monitoring, cardiovascular, dermatology, neurology, IVD, combination products, and connected system applications. Notably, the company is especially proud to be contributing to products that have a direct impact on the patient outcomes related to COVID-19.
Located in Bedford, NH, Sunrise Labs employs over 90 dedicated employees in a high-performance culture based on engineering excellence, mutual respect, and integrity. Eric Soederberg, President of Sunrise Labs, attributes the growth and success of the company to the caliber and commitment of the Sunrise team. Employees share a passion for good engineering and design and are motivated by doing work that contributes to their client’s success and improves end-user lives.
In Q4 of 2020, Trelleborg Healthcare & Medical completed an expansion of its Delano, MN-based manufacturing facility in the US. The expansion included the addition of a 6,000-sq-ft ISO Class 7 cleanroom and enhanced silicone molding and contract manufacturing capabilities to accommodate the increasing demand for product development. The services performed at the Delano facility extend beyond technical silicone and thermoplastic molding to include assembly and secondary operations, in-house tool making, high-precision machining for micro molding, and automation. The Delano facility is ISO 9001:2016 and ISO 13485 certified and is also FDA registered. Trelleborg is looking forward to showcasing information on its:
World-class silicone molding capabilities. From micro-sized dimensions to multi-million-piece production, it has the capabilities that make Trelleborg our customers’ molding partner of first choice.
High-precision silicone extrusion. Its focus on quality and innovation enables the team to develop robust, creative solutions to meet customer needs.
Expertise in combination products. Specifically, where a drug can be delivered to the patient through elution from an implanted polymer.
For more information on the all-new virtual conference and exhibition and to register to attend, please visit the website.
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