Medicine - news on Plastech
The Arburg Technology Days have been around for 20 years now. Between 13 and 16 March 2019, more than 6,000 visitors from 54 countries joined the event.
Albis Plastic GmbH, one of the world's leading distributors and compounders of technical thermoplastics and thermoplastic elastomers, presents its portfolio of high-performance plastics, compound solutions and master batches at Chinaplas 2019 in Guangzhou, China.
Ineos Styrolution’s new Styroflex 4G80 is specifically designed for medical tubing applications.
Kraiburg TPE will unveil its adhesion-optimized Thermolast M compounds with adhesion capabilities for a variety of medical thermoplastics at Pharmapack 2019 in Paris.
CHINAPLAS is returning to Guangzhou this year and will be held from May 21-24, 2019. An estimated total of over 3,500 exhibitors will be presenting to more than 180,000 visitors from 150 countries.
TCT Asia, held from 21 to 23 February 2019 in Shanghai, China, is Asia's largest exhibition for additive manufacturing. At its stand Arburg will use the opportunity to showcase additive production of functional plastic components made from qualified original materials.
Evonik has become the first company in the world to develop a polymer filament based on PEEK (polyether ether ketone) in implant-grade quality for use as a 3D printing material for implants.
At CPhI India, Sanner showcases its portfolio of user-friendly desiccant and teststrip packaging solutions for pharmaceutical and healthcare products. After the successful market introduction of the desiccant solutions AdCap and AdPack to the Indian market, Sanner of India now also markets teststrip packaging solutions.
Almost three years after its founding, Evosys Laser GmbH celebrates the successful move to new premises. In addition to the increase in the number of employees, expansion areas were leased in particular.
The new horizontal flow wrapping machine Sigpack HML from Bosch Packaging Technology, allows various medical technology products including pens and inhalers and more to be reliably hermetically packaged.
Wacker, the Munich-based chemical group, is currently expanding its Aceo 3D printing services for silicone rubber and announced the opening of a US-based printing lab later this year.
The regulations for packaging medical technology (“medtech”) products are equally complex. These products must be manufactured in a sterile environment and then transported all the way into an operating room without risking contamination.