Webinar Understanding Molding Complexity to Reduce Device Complexity

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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 LSR technology, which provides designers with the latitude and flexibility to enhance their applications.

On December 7, 8 and 9, Trelleborg Healthcare & Medical experts will be hosting a webinar to take an in-depth look at multi-component technology and how it can be utilized in the manufacturing of components for medical devices.

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Webinar highlights

At this webinar, the hosts will examine multi-component LSR technology and the advantages this technology offers. Attend this webinar to:

  • Learn how multi-component LSR technology can simplify application design and the assembly process
  • Understand potential design challenges how they can be averted using multi-component molding
  • Examine different methods of combining materials with injection molding
  • Gain an understanding of the importance of involving silicone component manufacturers early in the development process (aid in selecting the right design layout and FEAs, prototyping support in your applications)

Multi-component technology

One of the primary advantages of multi-component technology is that complex geometries can be created as a single component rather than using multiple separate elements that would need to be assembled. This eliminates the cost and risk associated with assemblies, such as potential leak paths or undesirable spaces for bacterial growth.

Long-term product success is based on significant planning and development. Multi-component LSR technology provides developers with the ability to create considerably more robust and cost-effective solutions that are of higher integrity and can also fit into a smaller design envelope.

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