Last Updated Wednesday, July 23 2014
Are Medical Device Companies Hearing the Home Health Message Loud and Clear? Injection Molding: A Mainstay
An Analysis of Contract Manufacturing in Orthopedics The Convergence of Medtech, IT, Big Data and Healthcare Quality: A Physician's Perspective of Change Quality and Regulatory Personnel Sometimes Struggle for Cooperation
Are Medical Device Companies Hearing the Home Health Message Loud and Clear?

If medical device companies and suppliers keep their eyes and ears open, there’s tremendous potential for creating user-friendly and truly effective healthcare technology for nonclinical settings. Read More >
Injection Molding: A Mainstay

Now more than150 years old, injection molding is still one of the most reliable manufacturing processes in use today. Can any other process compete? Read More >
An Analysis of Contract Manufacturing in Orthopedics

An international industry consultant charts current market forces and values in outsourced orthopedic manufacturing. Read More >
The Convergence of Medtech, IT, Big Data and Healthcare Quality: A Physician's Perspective of Change

Robert Robbins, MD, CEO of the Texas Medical Center, is passionate about quality patient care, healthcare's changing technology landscape, and making Houston a life-science hub. Read More >
Quality and Regulatory Personnel Sometimes Struggle for Cooperation

How can quality professionals get on management’s good side? Read More >
Online Exclusives
Quality and Regulatory Personnel Sometimes Struggle for Cooperation
by Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor
How can quality professionals get on management’s good side?

Adaptive Clinical Trials a Better Option for Medical Device Studies
by Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor
Some experts—and the FDA—suggest that more carefully curated trials could yield better scientific results.

The Convergence of Medtech, IT, Big Data and Healthcare Quality: A Physician's Perspective of Change
by Christopher Delporte, Editorial Director
Robert Robbins, MD, CEO of the Texas Medical Center, is passionate about quality patient care, healthcare's changing technology landscape, and making Houston a life-science hub.

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MICROMO Presents Piezo LEGS® Linear Motor Technology
Walking Principle Piezo LEGS® Linear

PiezoMotor LR17 – Presented During MD&M West 2014
The compact LR 17 is a mere 17 mm in diameter and has all the benefits coming from the Piezo LEGS technology. The stall torque from the motor is 30 mNm, which is high compared to its small size. Because of the self-locking feature of the friction drive, the motor can hold position without consuming any power. The integrated 15 bit magnetic absolute encoder gives a closed loop resolution of 0.2 milli-radians (0.01º).

MICROMO Presents Piezo Motor Technology
MICROMO represents PiezoMotor AB products in North America and partners closely with the PiezoMotor team to offer piezo motor solutions to the OEM market. Piezo motors are just one of many custom motion solutions offered by MICROMO.

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