As 3D printing gains a more prominent place in the manufacture and protoyping of medical devices, advances in technology and materials are expanding indications. We spoke with John Kawola, CEO of Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), about the move toward micro 3D printing and how this technology is supporting the drive for miniaturization and minimally invasive medical treatments.
The Intricon Biosensor CoE team has expertise in high-density microelectronics, miniaturization, ultra-low power, miniature molding, firmware development, and wireless communication.
A look at the latest trends and cutting-edge products provides plenty of examples.
Medtech manufacturers are taking advantage of this global opportunity.
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A peek at the latest miniaturization trends, including nano-robots that transport therapeutics to tumors.
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