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Plastics empower implantable device growth

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 | Permalink

Technological advances, next generation devices, and a lack of alternative treatments for many chronic disorders and injuries will push annual U.S. demand growth for implantable medical devices to 7.7% annually, with the total market reaching $52 billion in 2015 per Freedonia Group . Over that same time, the total U.S. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Issue Date:  PT – August 2013 Keywords:  Medtech Polymers 2013 implantable devices read more

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K 2013: Netstal goes bigger, targets medical with expanded ELION range

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 | Permalink

Netstal will mold polycarbonate infusion devices at K 2013 on a ELION 1750-530 with a cycle time of approximately 16 seconds from a 16-cavity tool in Hall 12 Stand A51. Netstal has announced plans to expand the ELION range at K, adding an approximately 430-ton hybrid drive machine and a 225-ton all-electric (ELION 2200). Read the full article at PlasticsToday’s K Channel. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Issue Date:  PT – July 2013 Keywords:  Netstal ELION K 2013 cleanroom injection molding

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Strategic focus crucial to molder’s $21 million expansion

Monday, July 15th, 2013 | Permalink

Strategically growing business requires a lot of planning and making many tough decisions, and it doesn’t happen overnight. Just ask Currier Plastics, ( www.currierplastics.com ) a custom plastics processor specializing primarily in the packaging industry including beauty and cosmetics packaging, amenities, household consumables, and electronic connectors and medical measuring devices. read more

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Iran's Medical Shortages: Who's Responsible? « LobeLog.com

Monday, June 3rd, 2013 | Permalink

Siamak Namazi: The US Congress deserves kudos for passing a law making it abundantly clear that humanitarian trade in food, agricultural products, medicine and medical devices are exempted from the long list of sanctions …

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Dying Baby Saved By 3-D Printer – Outside The Beltway

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 | Permalink

We need to repeal the 3.5% tax on GROSS (yes, you heard me gross, not net) profits that Obamacare levies on medical devices . Innovation like … http ://www.ted.com/talks/anthony_atala_printing_a_human_kidney.html. Reply …

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Dying Baby Saved By 3-D Printer – Outside The Beltway