Whitepapers - Contract Manufacturing Services

By: American Sensors  09-12-2011

  • 4/6/2011

    Medical implantable devices like pacemakers, ICDs and leads are progressively becoming more compact and lighter. Some of the components used for hermetic and structural welding are still large and thick enough for..

  • 12/20/2010

    Ask any orthopedic surgeon to show you the tools of the trade, and the evidence of laser processing is not difficult to spot. Most devices and tools, even single-use items, bear the telltale traces of marking lasers..

  • 12/15/2010

    Photo etching, also called chemical milling, photochemical machining and chemical machining, offers many advantages for manufacturing thin metal or polymer film medical parts, including improved accuracy, low-cost..

  • 8/10/2010

    Being able to obtain prototype parts quickly to test for component fit and function can help get your product to market faster than your competition. Adjustments in design, materials, size, shape, assembly, color,..

  • 4/12/2010

    This whitepaper presents the results of a study investigating the fatigue behaviour of different nitinol stent tubes characterized by micro dog-bone testing.

  • 4/12/2010

    The fatigue behavior of Nitinol has recently gained a lot of attention driven by its application in harsh environments, such as in superficial femoral arteries (SFA) and in percutaneous heart valve replacement and..

  • 4/12/2010

    This white paper provided by Admedes Schuessler presents the past, present, and future of stent manufacturing.


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