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  • May 6, 2014
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    The Critical Need for Sensors in Dialysis

    Precisely and accurately measuring dialysate and venous pressure is critical to a patient's safety during dialysis treatment. The pressure sensor needs to provide accurate pressure monitoring of fluid and blood flow to help maintain overall fluid flow in the desired range....More
  • Apr 25, 2014
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    Making Advances in Thick-Gauge Thermoplastic Parts for Medical Equipment Design

    Although technology is the star in medical devices from MRI and blood analysis machines to CT and PET scan equipment, none could function without the custom covers, panels, housings, enclosures and other parts that provide sensitive electronic components needed for structure, protection, and aesthetics....More
  • Mar 27, 2014
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    Harsh Environments Require Rugged Automation

    Imagine trying to automate a process surrounded by a cloud of diamond-hard, micron-sized dust that permeates even the tiniest hole, nook, or cranny. Then imagine making that automation last a long time while still providing a repeatable process, accurate within microns....More
  • Feb 7, 2014
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    Deburring Small Precision Medical Parts and Devices

    Deburring small parts with methods other than micro-abrasive blasting is definitely possible, but not always effective, efficient or safe. The perfect finishing of any component, device or instrument is as key to a perfect design as the design itself....More

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