Is machining in medical device manufacturing an advanced science or a dying art?
Very interesting article
in Medical Products Outsourcing
magazine asks the provocative question above. And true to form, MPO
takes an in-depth and informative look at this topic. Our experience has shown that medical devices are becoming more complex and often more compact, meaning higher demands for tight-tolerance parts and absolute precision and consistency. But more OEMs are finding they can achieve machine-like finishes without the time and cost of machined metal parts – by replacing them with precision injection-molded plastic parts. And they are benefitting from lower costs, speedier production time, with the highest levels of precision and consistency. Highly engineered plastics can make the difference in the intense competition to be first-to-market with the latest medical equipment. Click here
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