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Designing Smart Medical Devices with Force Sensing Technology

This session will explore the exciting new trend toward designing smart medical devices that provide critical force feedback to eliminate guesswork, improve outcomes, and increase consistency.

Posted in: Tech Talks, Tech Talks, Sensors

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Improving Efficiency in Factory Wiring

Save time and money with a centralized modular wiring system using TE Connectivity’s Dynamic Series power circuit connectivity specifically designed for a rugged, industrialized applications.

Posted in: Tech Talks, Electronics & Computers

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Fineline Additive Manufacturing

Proto Labs is the world’s fastest source of custom manufactured parts. As our customers innovate, design and test new product ideas, our mission is to help them get those ideas to market quicker by providing them with real parts, really fast.

Posted in: Tech Talks

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M8/M12 Connector System: When Communication Simply Needs to Work

As industry specifications become stricter, the need for ruggedized and reliable connections increases. Learn how TE Connectivity's (TE's) M8/M12 product line, widely used within industrial automation environments and applications, can strengthen communication, decrease downtime and provide a complete solution for your interconnect needs.

Posted in: Tech Talks

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Effects of Sterilization Methods on Specialty Optical Fibers and Terminations

Optical fibers and terminations were subjected to different sterilization techniques, including multiple autoclaving and treatments with peracetic acid, E-beam and UV radiation. Effects of different sterilization techniques on key optical and mechanical properties of the fibers and the terminations were revealed.

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Metal Injection Molding - Process Overview

Proto Labs offers product developers up to 5,000+ stainless steel parts in less than three weeks with its metal injection molding (MIM) process. MIM transforms a fine metal powder encapsulated in a plastic binder into fully dense, net shape metal parts through a multi-step debinding and sintering process.

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Overview of Liquid Silicone Rubber Molding - What is LSR?

At Proto Labs, product designers and engineers can get liquid silicone rubber (LSR) parts with the same quick-turn speeds as our thermoplastic injection-molding process. LSR parts are available in low volumes, typically from 25 to 5,000+ pieces, in three weeks or less. Why use LSR?

Posted in: Tech Talks

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