As medical device original equipment manufacturers look to bring innovative devices to market, the balance of cost, quality and speed is critical. It is more important than ever to find a partner that will help optimize design for manufacturability, delivering a fast development process that is ready for full scale-up and commercialization while never sacrificing quality.
This 60-minute Webinar will offer insight into:
- Ways to accelerate early-stage prototyping and development
- High-precision extrusion capabilities that solve unique challenges
- High-precision silicone and plastic-molded medical parts for critical devices
- A fully integrated solution for finished medical devices
A Q&A session follows the technical presentation.
Dan Sanchez, Product Manager, Healthcare & Medical, Trelleborg
Dan Sanchez is a Product Manager, Healthcare & Medical at Trelleborg. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and has worked in silicone manufacturing for the healthcare and medical industry since 1998. At Trelleborg, he helps medical device designers realize product concepts through engineered manufacturing solutions and design for manufacturability support.
Chris Tellers, Director, Rapid Development Center, Healthcare
Chris Tellers serves as the Director of Trelleborg’s Rapid Development Center, Healthcare & Medical. He has more than 25 years of experience in rubber and silicone molding and has worked in many different departments in manufacturing, including tooling, automation, R&D, and IT. Chris is an expert in design for manufacturability and is a Certified SolidWorks Expert.
Robert Williams, Senior Project Engineer, Healthcare & Medical, Trelleborg
Robert Williams serves as a Senior Project Engineer, Healthcare & Medical, at Trelleborg. He has a degree in materials and process engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Stout, and started his career working with metals before transitioning to the plastics industry. Since 2005, he has focused on injection molding and assembly of medical products, ranging from prototypes to commercialized programs comprising tens of millions of parts annually.
Sherrie Trigg, Editor, SAE Media Group