Case studies for optimizing design and manufacturing processes in surgical and cardiac devices
Have component manufacturing inconsistencies ruined your timelines? Does your vendor list reflect a who’s who in the medical device contract manufacturing world? Today more than ever medical devices are required to be smaller, more flexible, durable, and in a word, sophisticated. Join us to learn how partnering with Ametek EMC will set your project on a path to success.
The current pandemic has highlighted the importance of staying ahead of the competition’s technology and capabilities. Medical OEMs are looking for cost effective solutions for design and for manufacturing that maintain the highest device quality standards. AMETEK EMC will bring key management and engineering resources to you in this webinar that will present case studies outlining methods leveraged to address the demands of the medical manufacturing processes.
Examples reviewed will include engineering designs for reduction of latent electrical failures as well as molding practices that improve robustness in delicate medical assemblies. Additionally, we will present design information about smaller, more flexible components and assemblies that are to be manufactured with laser processing. Leveraging engineering experience and resources we can improve commercial viability and increase capacities for product launch through high tech innovations like automation and artificial intelligence. Experience shared will bring a multiple technology approaches to solve complex manufacturing requirements.
Register today to take part of this informative webinar that will increase your toolbox of experience for leveraging existing solutions. Our goal is to make your medical devices consistently more robust while reducing size and maintaining aggressive cost targets. Through case studies learn how AMETEK EMC has utilized critical thinking and automation in handling and in inspection to maximize product throughput and reliability.
Director of Sales
Mr. Stenson has over 16 years of experience supporting customers across he medical device industry. His main focus has been around leading sales and customer service teams to help customers solve complex supply and technical challenges.
Andrew holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Director of Technology Programs
Dan has worked in engineering, manufacturing, and sales since the 1980s. Initially Dan worked in the aerospace industry utilizing is Engineering Physics background on large military laser systems. Then Dan moved into manufacturing utilizing lasers and his Industrial Engineering degree. For the last couple decades Dan has been focused on precision laser manufacturing of medical device components and assemblies. Working with AMETEK Engineered Medical Components for the last five years has given Dan many opportunities to utilize his engineering background for the benefit of our medical device customers.
DVP Business Unit Manager EMC
Mr. Cook leads the Engineered Medical Components Business Unit within the Engineered Materials, Interconnects and Packaging division. Mr. Cook has 10 years of experience in the Medical Device industry in the areas of Engineering, Design and Development, Manufacturing, Quality, and Commercial Operations. Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Technologies, Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Stout.
Key Learning Objectives
Understand design solutions that aided in the reduction of latent defects.
Manufacturing technologies implemented to improve costs and consistency
Learn of strategies leveraged to aid in production scalability.
Understand the importance of collaboration throughout the development process.