Designing & Manufacturing Metal Stamped Medical Device Components

One of the fastest growing business sectors is the medical device industry. According to the Commerce Department, there are over 6,500 medical device companies, which generate $110 billion in the United States today.

At Keats, we do our best to stay on the cutting-edge of all the latest technology and trends in the manufacturing world. Our expertise is reflected in our latest white paper, Criteria for Design and Manufacturing of Precision Metal Stamped Medical Device Components.
This informative white paper takes an in-depth look at the importance of precision metal stamping in the very important medical device field. To get a better understanding of the future of metal stamped medical device components, let’s take a quick look at what you will find in Criteria for Design and Manufacturing of Precision Metal Stamped Medical Device Components:
  • Trends in Medical Component Manufacturing:
    In this section, we look at how miniaturization, ultra-tight tolerances, and new tooling methods are moving medical device manufacturing forward. We also discuss such hot topics as quality control, increased regulations, and the rapid pace of new medical technology advances.
  • Design Considerations for Metal Stamped Medical Components:
    In this particular section, we describe how every facet of the design and manufacturing process can be improved including: prototype utilization, secondary operation reduction, engineering services, doing a better job of defining micro metal stamping, and tips on exotic metals specialization.
  • Quality Control, Risk Management, and ISO:
    As we mentioned before, quality control is a major issue as massive numbers of different medical devices are being created seemingly everyday. This section covers the various credentials and specifications you need to stay ahead of the competition.

If you want to learn more about the future of high-end precision metal stamping and the medical device industry, please click on the button below to access our white paper, Criteria for Design and Manufacturing of Precision Metal Stamped Medical Device Components.



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