See new approaches to programming, multi-tasking, coolant delivery, drag finishing (including fixturing and media selection), and more. The goal is improving throughput and reducing scrap, with a focus on complex implants in tough to machine and finish cobalt-chromium. Examples include femoral knee implants and modular hip necks.
Thu, Apr 11, 2013 - 10:00 am
Available on Demand
Understand why organizing, managing, and applying materials data is a crucial requirement for today’s medical device industry. Co-hosted by materials information technology experts, Granta Design, with guest speakers from Ethicon Surgical Care, this webinar will provide insights regarding the strategic importance of materials information management to enhance product approval and delivery: hear how this experience could be relevant to you. For materials specialists, design and development engineers, this webinar explores how improving the organization and management of materials data can significantly impact productivity and reduce time to market.
Thu, Mar 21, 2013 - 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Designing a battery powered product can be a daunting task. There is no text-book that explains the technology or industry and all its quirks. With the rapid adoption of portable power, the options available to a designer are changing quickly and the Internet provides information that is often inconsistent, out of date, or misleading. In this webcast, you will get a how-to tutorial that provides the information you need to start your design. Our experts will provide up to date information on:Cell chemistry, form factors and near-term roadmapsAssessing safety risks and claimsBattery management electronics, fuel-gauging and communicationCharging options including new wireless protocolsWhere to go for accurate information on standards, regulations and shipping
Wed, Mar 6, 2013 - 04:00 pm
Available on Demand
Every great medical device is the product of great decisions. Not just the milestones, but the millions of decisions that led to them. Decision makers like: The engineer in London. The machinist in Munich. The supplier in Shanghai. The compliance specialist in Boston. The marketing director in Chicago. That’s why the vision of HD-PLM is to give everyone involved in making a product a clearer view of the information they need to make optimal decisions. That means more than simply enabling collaboration. It means building an immersive decision-making environment in which people don’t search for information; the information finds them. And they don’t interpret information when it arrives; it comes in a context they readily understand. Join Siemens PLM Software and a special guest from Abbott Diagnostics in this informative webinar to learn how HD-PLM can help your company make great decisions and ultimately lead to successful medical devices.
Tue, Dec 11, 2012 - 02:00 pm
This webinar provides an overview of strain gauge technology and its applications within medical device and equipment manufacturing. It explains the typical process by which this technology is applied to medical device designs and offers examples of device improvements achieved.
Wed, Dec 5, 2012 - 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
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