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  • MGS Manufacturing buys Technolution A/S
    NEWS RELEASE: MGS MFG. Group acquires Danish product design firm Technolution GERMANTOWN, Wis. (June 6, 2023) – MGS Mfg. Group, Inc. (MGS), a global provider of integrated manufacturing solutions for complex, high-precision plastic components for Healthcare and Pharma applications, announced today that it has acquired Denmark-based Technolution A/S (Technolution), a fast-growing consultancy and development company within… […]
  • Dymax launches first product in hybrid light-curable adhesive series
    Dymax announced that it released the HLC-M-1000, the first product in its new hybrid light-curable (HLC) series of adhesives. The patent-pending adhesive platform combines anionic and free radical chemistries into one formulation. HLC adhesives exhibit the physical and performance properties of Dymax light-curable adhesives and the rapid moisture/contact cure of anionics. Contact curing enables instant… […]
  • Medical device industry ramps up for the CSA Act’s software changes
    Change is coming for software development teams at medical device manufacturers through the Computer Software Assurance (CSA) Act. By Carla Neves, Critical Manufacturing The Computer Software Assurance (CSA) Act of 2022 aims to improve quality and cost-efficiency in validating computer systems for medical device manufacturing. Although it has not been finalized, manufacturers, software developers, and… […]
  • How medtech IP can help a startup navigate a ‘brutal’ environment
    Now is the time for startups to build medtech IP for a future funding or exit, experts said at DeviceTalks Boston. There’s no sugar-coating the state of venture capital investment for young medical device companies that are looking for funding while building their medtech IP. “It’s brutal out there,” said venture capitalist Jeremy Sohn, managing… […]
  • 5 keys to Mike Mahoney and Boston Scientific’s success
    Boston Scientific is one of the bright spots as the medical device industry goes through a rough patch. It’s more expensive to run a business, and health provider customers face operational challenges. But while other medtech companies are laying off workers, Boston Scientific is hiring. The interventional medical device giant’s workforce grew 10% over the… […]
  • New Expanded Line Of Sorbothane® Standard Products Available Now
    Sorbothane, Inc. offers an extensive line of over 600 standard Sorbothane parts. Sorbothane Bushings and Washers, shock attenuating Hemispheres, Stud Mounts and Bumpers are included. Sorbothane Sheet Stock is available in a variety of styles, thicknesses and durometers. Download the Sorbothane Standard Products Guide Via the Form Below:   The post New Expanded Line Of […]
  • World’s largest contract chlorine dioxide sterilization chamber opens soon
    Boulder iQ division Boulder Sterilization will open what it said is the world’s largest contract chlorine dioxide (CD) sterilization chamber this summer. The 270-ft² chamber has capacity for two pallets at a time, allowing for batches and products of almost any size, the company said. The equipment is expected to be up and running in… […]
  • Design firm Delve makes first acquisition under new owner
    Delve announced its acquisition of Boston-based digital innovation and design firm Altr this week. Madison, Wisconsin–based Delve said Altr is its first acquisition under the ownership of private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners, which purchased Delve in May 2021 and merged it with product design consultancy firm Bresslergroup. “Almost two years ago to the day,… […]
  • 5 critical questions medical device manufacturers must ask potential lab testing partners
    You can learn a lot about a potential medical device testing partner by asking about experience, capacity, testing approaches, communication and pre-submission meetings. By Sandi Schaible, WuXi AppTec Medical Device Testing Selecting a laboratory testing partner can be tricky — it goes well beyond mere technical capabilities. Knowing the right questions to ask when choosing… […]
  • Okay Industries promotes to fill laser technologies manager role
    NEWS RELEASE: Okay Industries promotes Redi Nasto Okay Industries, a contract manufacturer of components and subassemblies for global original equipment manufacturers in the medical device markets, is pleased to announce the promotion of Redi Nasto to laser technologies manager. In his new role, Nasto will lead and manage all aspects of laser technologies and processes,… […]
  • 80-cent device prototype uses smartphone to monitor blood pressure
    University of California San Diego engineers have prototyped an inexpensive device that clips onto a smartphone to monitor a user’s blood pressure. The 3D-printed device uses the smartphone’s camera and flash paired with an algorithm on an app to take systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings. “We’ve created an inexpensive solution to lower the barrier… […]