Self-taught moldmaker develops first-of-its-kind medical device

Some people famously started a business in their garage—you’ve seen the commercial. For Jennifer Davagian Ensign, founder and CEO of Cristcot Inc. (Concord, MA), it all began in her kitchen, but her invention has nothing to do with cuisine. Au contraire . Using a Smooth-On silicone moldmaking kit, sundry parts from local hardware stores, and her oven, Ensign taught herself the fundamentals of molding and, this month, brought to market—trigger warning, this may cause some of you to wince—Sephure, a disposable suppository applicator. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  medical Polymers injection Molding read more

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