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Leveraging Multiple Materials in Your Product Design

Every company has its own set of issues to overcome. Parts are failing. Manufacturing labor costs are too high, cutting into profits. Product development is at a standstill. Time to market is slow because the production process is overly complicated. Design innovation can create solutions to these issues while keeping your business on the forefront of technology. What tools can product designers, engineers and innovators leverage to take their product designs to the next level?

Incorporating multi-material components into a product design can lead to innovative results. Multi-material components can offer a host of product benefits over one-material designs.

Download our “Leveraging Multiple Materials in Your Product Design” white paper to learn how to leverage multiple materials and multi-material assembly methods.

Scientific Molding: The Key to Consistency

The practice of scientific molding is not new to our industry. It is a proven method that allows molders to gain complete control over the injection molding process and create a precise, repeatable process, which ensures consistency and the highest quality product. To fully control the end result, scientific molders must focus on the chemistry and makeup of the materials used in the molding process, rather than the machines used to create the components. Scientific molders are able to give their clients the assurance that discipline is applied to each stage of the molding process, and that they are committed to using an established set of principles to guide their workflows. This is particularly important for medical products that have stringent requirements for process documentation and validation.

Download our “Scientific Molding: The Key to Consistency” white paper to learn how scientific molding works, and best practices.

Planning Your Medical Molding Project

Medical molding encompasses a broad scope of products. Molded components play a role in various types of medical devices, from extrusions that transfer and filter blood, to implantable devices and surgical components. As technology continues to evolve, medical molding helps product developers continue to innovate and create cutting edge products. Pacemakers, surgical robots and ever-shrinking laparoscopic devices wouldn’t be possible without medical molding. Through continued product innovation, medical molding has improved the tools available to physicians, and by extension, the level of patient care.

Medical products are held to more stringent standards than other products on the market. Because medical products play a significant role in patient health and longevity, the development and validation processes are much longer than for other consumer products.

Download our “Planning Your Medical Molding Project” white paper to learn about the key considerations that you should be aware of.


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