Last Updated Tuesday, June 30 2015
Materials, Machines, and Miniaturization in Molding Closer to Home Orthopedic Manufacturing: A Look at the Current State of Product Development Supply Chain Strategies for Success Women in Medtech: Health Connexions President and CEO Dawn Van Dam
Materials, Machines, and Miniaturization in Molding

Molding depends on the advancement of all three to maintain its strong foothold in the global medical device manufacturing space. Read More >
Closer to Home

Rising labor and transportation costs in China are prompting medtech manufacturers to move production nearshore. Read More >
Orthopedic Manufacturing: A Look at the Current State of Product Development

For many orthopedic OEMs, R&D means enhancing existing products, getting them to market quickly, keeping costs down and exceeding regulatory requirements. Read More >
Supply Chain Strategies for Success

Medtech firms must make strategic changes to their supply chains to capitalize on new opportunities. Read More >
Women in Medtech: Health Connexions President and CEO Dawn Van Dam

Van Dam gives her insight into the medical device industry and the directions in which Health Connexions is moving. Read More >
Online Exclusives
Designing for Excellence: How Design for Manufacturability is No Longer Enough
by Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor
Designing for every stage of the device cycle is key to building quality, lasting products.

Early Detection for Positive Outcomes in Medical Device Design
by Ken Fine, Contributing Writer
Early, rigorous testing of device components can reveal flaws at a stage where solutions are manageable and cost effective.

Women in Medtech: Health Connexions President and CEO Dawn Van Dam
by Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor
Van Dam gives her insight into the medical device industry and the directions in which Health Connexions is moving.

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Accuracy is Everything
Pinpointing one spec in an assembly is one thing, but nailing every spec that is of critical importance to you is another.

Introducing VP90
HSI's coaxial cables are processed using solid, foamed, and expanded PTFE (VP90) dielectrics

Phase Stability
In this video we demonstrate how incredibly stable HSI coaxial cables with VP90 ePTFE truly are.

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