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Medical Device Molding Technology July 2010

Medical Device Molding Technology July 2010

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JULY 2010
 
JULY 2010 | Vol. 32, Number 7
Features
 Need A Little Validation?
 Validating the injection molding process is no longer limited tomedical device components.
Ed Stockdale
 When Molders Need to Be Choosy
Medical devices often have to be molded in a cleanroomenvironment. But which cleanroom option is best?
Stephen Moore
 Using Complexity as a Competitive Advantage
Complex injection molding can reduce costs and improve functionand aesthetics.
Dave Robinson
 How Finite Volume Models Improve Accuracy
Some commercially available tools have eschewed the finite elementmethod for the finite volume method.
 John Cogger
 So Fresh, So Clean
 A few analytical methods can help manufacturers keep residualmaterial product contamination away from their devices.
Tina May and Brent Shelley
Getting Up to Speed with Hot Runners
Hot runner systems are boosting their importance to the medicaldevice industry thanks to speed and precision.
Craig Kovacic
Departments
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Editor’s Page
 6
Contributors
8
Molding News
Molding Directory
Advertisers Index
Cover images courtesy of Eastman Chemical Co., Fraunhofer IZM, Innova Engineering Inc., Mack Molding, Kaysun Corp., and Nelson Laboratories.
MD+DI
would like to extend a special thank you to its sister publications
Modern PlasticsWorldwide
and
Injection Molding Magazine
for their contributions to this issue.
 
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