Process, Engineering & Manufacturing

Biomedical engineering is subject to the standard DIN EN ISO 13485:2016. This norm lays out the requirements for quality management systems covering medical device design, development, manufacture, installation and maintenance. Machinery used in medical device manufacturing must offer a high degree of precision and reliability. These requirements became even more demanding with the European Medical Devices Regulation (MDR). Medical device manufacturers must also pay attention to quality management for outsourced processes.

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Psilkon GmbH & Co. KG 1 / 1-405
Service

From Prototpying to Serial Production

We prefer to accompany you from the very beginning of your development process. From the individual silicone component to the finished assembly - but always with the right focus on the overall solution.

Psilkon GmbH & Co. KG 1 / 1-405
Novelty

Capacity expansion for Psilkon

Another milestone will be reached in 2024 with the planned new headquarters and a modern, innovative production facility for the production of silicone components and assemblies at Psilkon GmbH & Co. KG.

TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik AG 1 / 1-312
Product

Additive Manufacturing in Medical Technology

Additive manufacturing can be used to manufacture, coat or repair components with extremely high material requirements. Individualized series production of high-quality implants is a main application area for additive manufacturing in medical technology.

TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik AG 1 / 1-312
Product

3D capable: Marking laser TruMicro Mark 1020

With its ultrashort laser pulses, the TruMicro Mark series is the ideal partner for applying high-quality UDI codes also on complex three-dimensional shapes and free form.

TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik AG 1 / 1-312
Best practice

Black marking – permanent, deep-black, and corrosion-resistant laser markings

Black marking is a procedure in laser processing which causes extremely dark, high-contrast markings on a surface without material ablation, which offers great advantages in medical industry.

ProByLas AG 1 / 1-727
Best practice

Welding fluidic parts cleanly and precisely by laser

Various fluidic parts must be tightly welded in medical applications without creating impurities such as particles. Lasers can be used to join such parts precisely and even with complex channel geometries.

Maider Medical Industry Equipment Co., Ltd. 1 / 1-235
Product

Dialyzers and spinners

Industrialization capability. This system may combine with other related equipment to form a complete set of intelligent manufacturing system for blood purification consumables, providing clients with a one-stop solution that covers the entire industry of blood purification consumables.

ALLTEC Angewandte Laserlicht Technologie GmbH 1 / 1-408
Best practice

Black marking: technical details and practical application

What is black marking? What are the advantages of black marking? For which applications is black marking suitable? Which laser is ideal for black marking?

ProByLas AG 1 / 1-727
Best practice

Clear to clear - laser welding without colorant

Also transparent plastics without any added colorant can be welded by laser. An extra certification of the plastics additives can be avoided. The standard wavelengths for welding with laser at 800-1'100 nm are changed and adapted to the employed type of plastics.

ALLTEC Angewandte Laserlicht Technologie GmbH 1 / 1-408
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Ultra black, ultra fast and ultra compact

FOBA's ultra-short pulse laser is the right choice in the field of laser marking for deep black, non-reflective marking that is particularly gentle on materials.

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