Tech Talks & Podcasts
- An overview of implantable drug delivery systems
- Use cases in the market today
- Familiarity with market trends
- Understanding manufacturing considerations
- Learn about methods of formulation
- An understanding of the market trends supporting increased development
- Familiarity with the early uses of drug elution as well as our expectations on where it will go
- Excipient materials used as well as the manufacturing methods that can be employed
- A detailed breakdown of multiple ways APIs can be introduced to silicone
- A better view of alternative methods for introducing APIs to silicone via several case studies presented
Rapid Development Center
- Understand the benefits of the Rapid Development Center and how it supports customers accelerate the time to market for new products
- Learn how this service streamlines the transition from design to prototyping and finally serial production
- Meet our dedicated experts, who support design, materials, process and quality throughout the entire lifecycle of the project
The EU medical device regulation (MDR) 2017/745 was announced five years ago and will fully apply on May 26, 2021. The new MDR poses major challenges for medical device manufacturers. Through close cooperation, suppliers can support medical device manufacturers in complying with these requirements.
As medical devices become ever more sophisticated and smaller in size, component manufacturers must adapt manufacturing processes to fit multiple functions into a limited space. A means of addressing this challenge comes in the form of multi-component Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) technology, which provides designers with the latitude and flexibility to enhance their applications. Learn how multi-component LSR technology can support medical devices.
Case studies in applying advanced extrusion technologies for medical device design
Geometric transition extrusion manufactured of HCR silicone support medical devices engineers in their efforts to design smaller, more intricate and complicated medical devices and at the same time, comply with increasingly stringent national and international regulations.
This webinar goes through the advanced extrusion process and takes a look at several case studies demonstrating how this process can be used in the manufacture of components for innovative medical devices.