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How Choosing the Right Supplier Can Make or Break Your Deep Drawn Components

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Aug 25, 2015 3:00:31 PM

When looking for a supplier for deep drawn components for your business, getting the right supplier or manufacturer is vital to your success. There are many suppliers but often there are more suppliers or manufacturers that will not meet your exact need than will. It goes beyond the single issue of part cost. Quality of materials, workmanship, quality control and total price with intangible costs all play a role in finding the right supplier.

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Why Is Deep Drawing so Popular for Medical Device Components?

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Aug 12, 2015 7:54:32 AM

When it comes to medical devices and their components, due to the importance and criticality of each individual part, the expectation of both quality and reliability must be unquestionable. The deep drawn process is one of the only manufacturing methods that can deliver an extreme level of quality and assurance when dealing with the creation of such small and delicate components. In conjunction, the supplier must be confident in the commitment to excellence of the manufacturer, as both have a responsibility to ensure that all medical devices and parts meet or exceed acceptable standards.

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Top 3 Must-Haves When Getting Any Medical Components Made

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Aug 4, 2015 10:17:53 AM

The manufacture of components for medical equipment is governed by the FDA. Medical equipment manufacturers must be registered and the devices they manufacture specifically listed.

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How Deep Drawn Medical Components Help Protect Medical Devices

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jul 28, 2015 10:19:57 AM

One vital and critical area of the medical arena, especially in facilities, is infection control. Simply put, infection control is the reduction or elimination of infectious elements and the procedures and materials necessary to prevent secondary infections of both personnel and patients

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What's the Future of the Marker Pen Look Like?

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jul 21, 2015 9:21:42 AM

At one time there was a belief that society would become paperless, but despite the widespread uses of tablets, laptops and smartphones, paper is still extremely popular. It seems the world is not yet ready to give up on handwriting methods and, in particular, the use of marker pens.

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Is Your Premium Writing Instrument Component Manufacturer Is up to Snuff?

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jul 14, 2015 10:30:00 AM

A major factor for successful and efficient manufacturing of quality writing instruments is the supply of high-quality components that are consistently created to specification.  Because many production lines are automated, hidden defects in components could result in high volumes of rework and potential warranty claims.

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A Brief History of Marker Pen Components

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jul 9, 2015 10:30:00 AM

The ubiquitous pen has a long and storied history. From the first uses of a feather to scribe upon papyrus to the modern, ballpoint, the pen and specifically the marker pen, has changed the way we write as a whole.

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Premium Writing Instruments as Works of Art

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jul 7, 2015 9:21:52 AM

The art of communicating through written form has brought the global human community together, and at times tore us apart. Even today, in our massive information-fueled systems of electronic transmission, writing the language in the forms of letters and symbols is still paramount over all other forms of conveyance. Writing has withstood the test of time and has become more than a simplistic means of recording history, it evolved into an art form that contains the future of us all.

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Deep Drawn Products That Dentists Use

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jun 23, 2015 9:47:18 AM

When it comes to the medical industry, there are few places more intimidating than the dentist’s office. No matter what gizmo the dentist is using, to the patient it no doubt appears absolutely medieval. To us, the strange looking contraptions used to peer and poke around in our mouths have the ominous look of something intended for far more sinister purpose.

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3 Deep Drawn Medical Devices That Could Save Your Life

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jun 18, 2015 11:10:51 AM

To most people, the manufacturing industry and the medical field have virtually nothing in common. Just the word manufacturing brings to mind visions of gritty, dark factories where noisy machines crank along, producing all manner of parts and products that somehow become the things we use every day. Most of us pay little attention to the process, we just happily accept that our gadgets and gizmos will be available when we want them, and will work without fail.

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