When designing a new medical product, manufacturers need to qualify their materials and processes early in development to ensure a successful launch. This is especially true with when using polymers in a device that must be biocompatible, resistant to chemicals and liquids, and strong enough to withstand constant use.
A new guide by EWI polymer engineers Jeff Ellis and Miranda Marcus, Designing Plastic Medical Devices: Materials and Process Considerations, helps product developers evaluate their designs early in the development stage to avoid process pitfalls and costly mistakes long before a new concept gets to production.
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