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Chemical Resistant Resins for Medical Applications

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Preventing Common Manufacturing Defects in Medical Applications

Manufacturers of medical devices and other medical applications often turn to a complex injection molder for help correcting defects in their engineered plastic components. At Kaysun, we actively seek to prevent defects before they even occur by using a design for manufacturability (DfM) approach that incorporates a comprehensive mold flow analysis and extensive plastics engineering experience to identify any potential issues in the design phase and determine the best strategy to produce defect-free parts.

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The Top 4 Things Engineers Look at in Medical Component Design

The success of a medical component project, like any other, depends on accurate communication of needs and expectations, especially in injection molding design. Engineers responsible for executing the project carefully review any initial designs submitted by the customer or potential customer, looking for specific elements that could help or hinder the medical component production. 

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5 Factors That Determine Resin Selection for Medical Applications

Medical device performance is inextricably linked to the characteristics of the plastics used. Enhanced properties such as strength, flexibility, transparency, biocompatibility, and temperature and chemical resistance ensure patient safety. They are also mandated by the stringent regulations and classifications of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and The U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP). 

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What Scientific Molding Means To Medical Device Manufacturing

Critical-use medical device manufacturers are faced with keeping pace with technological advancements and earning market share while simultaneously producing extremely precise and reliable medical products. Meeting all these challenges is a tall order, and utilizing the scientific molding process can help.

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8 Cutting-Edge Medical Device Advancements

Advancements in the medical community are happening rapidly. Devices are coming to the market that address a wider range of patient issues and, in some cases, designed to work autonomously to assist staff in treatment. The intricacies of these medical advancements demand that the injection-molded plastic components they use perform with precision.

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5 Factors In Selecting A Plastics Partner For Manufacturing Medical Devices

Evaluating a complex injection molder for the manufacture of critical-use medical device components isn’t narrowly defined by ISO 13485 certifications or clean room capabilities. It extends to all aspects of the potential partnership, from an injection molder’s plastics and engineering expertise to their readiness to work with and learn from you in order to achieve optimal outcomes.

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How The Internet of Things Influences Medical Device Manufacturing

The Internet of Things (IoT) – everyday objects having network connectivity for sending and receiving data – is being adopted by a number of industries, including healthcare.

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How Portable Medical Devices Impact The Future Of In-Home Healthcare

As the worldwide population ages, healthcare is shifting from clinics and hospitals to in-home care and smaller, non-traditional facilities. As a result, the demand for portable medical devices that monitor diagnostic and therapeutic data and aid in treatment of certain conditions continues to increase. 

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Involving a Molder Early in Medical Device Development Could Save Time, Money and Lives

Design engineers make allowances for the impact that the molding process has on plastic parts manufacturability. They carefully consider a variety of design factors like the materials chosen, the part shape and features, and the properties of the mold itself.

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