4 Factors That Determine Resin Selection for Medical Applications

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    Why MedAccred Accreditation Matters to Medical Manufacturers

    Recently, Kaysun earned MedAccred Plastics accreditation. Our commitment to excellence is well documented through other certifications including ISO 13485:2016 and IATF 16949:2016. However, the MedAccred designation puts Kaysun in an elite group of injection molders that can capably and confidently serve the medical industry — assuring medical OEMs of an unparalleled benchmark of production and quality standards.

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    Complex Medical Injection Molding: What You Need to Know

    With careful planning, complex injection molding can reduce costs, optimize functionality and improve aesthetics in medical devices.

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    The Year in Review: The Top Four Injection Molding Blog Posts of 2018

    The Kaysun Blog is a valuable year-round resource for advice and information about complex injection molding. We have our subscribers to thank for its continued popularity, and look forward to providing you with even more helpful insights throughout 2019.

    For now, let’s take a look back at the four most popular blog posts of 2018:

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    3 Key Takeaways From MD&M Minneapolis And What They Mean To OEMs

    Thousands of medical industry professionals, thought leaders and suppliers met in Minnesota October 31-November 1 at Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Minneapolis 2018 — the midwest’s largest medical technology trade show.

    As both an exhibitor and guest at MD&M, the Kaysun team learned a lot about what’s currently happening and evolving in the medical industry. Here are three of the most talked-about trends:

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    Don’t Miss These 5 Key Educational Sessions at MD&M Minneapolis

    Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Minneapolis — the midwest’s largest medical technology trade show — is slated for October 31-November 1, 2018 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, and it’s a can’t miss event for anyone involved in the design, manufacture or distribution of medical devices and components.

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    Is Your Injection Molder Capable of Medical Device Traceability?

    Not surprisingly, the medical industry in the United States is one of the most heavily regulated. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has a strict protocol around medical device tracking, particularly Class II and Class III devices that are intended for life support away from a primary care facility or whose failure would likely cause serious adverse health consequences.

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    5 Signs a Company Doesn’t Belong on Your Medical Injection Molder List

    Injection molding partner selection is a high priority in most industries, but finding the right fit takes on particular significance when that relationship is relied upon for making critical-use products within the heavily regulated medical field.

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    Case Study: The Role of Injection Molding in Medical Device Redesign

    Constantly evolving, the medical industry requires OEMs to be forward-thinking in providing solutions that address trends and challenges. One such OEM, Smiths Medical, sought to change the design of its existing pulse oximetry portfolio to include enhanced functionality and improved manufacturability. At the project’s inception, they partnered with the U.S.-based injection molding experts at Kaysun to help refine and ultimately accomplish their goals.

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    The Future of Medical Injection Molding – 2018 and Beyond

    Advancements to polymers and injection molding technologies have contributed to widespread adoption of plastics in the medical industry. All segments of the medical industry have embraced the benefits of plastics, and are looking to incorporate more plastic in their designs in 2018 and beyond. Low cost plastics, for example, have enabled the creation of disposable plastic instruments, syringes, gloves and gowns that, in turn, help reduce the spread of infections within the hospital environment. Plastics have also replaced glass in a variety of laboratory consumables, improving lab safety while reducing consumable costs.

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