Converting, packaging, coating – Interview with Delta ModTech
Delta ModTech is a family-run produces of custom machines for converting, packaging and coating. In our video interview, Mike Huss explains two innovative machines Delta ModTech is showing at COMPAMED 2019.
Insight into the COMPAMED Forums
Exciting lectures and current topics are waiting for you in the COMPAMED SUPPLIERS FORUM by DeviceMed and the COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum by IVAM. Thursday is the last chance, so check it out.
At COMPAMED 2019, Stratasys is showcasing its new Digital Anatomy 3D Printer J750, which can be used to create 3D models that mimic the feel of human tissue. Sounds exciting? Then let's go to hall 8b/N02!
Evonik Venture Capital
Speaking of 3D printing: Evonik Venture Capital prints implants with the high-performance polymer PEEK. It's definitely worth a visit to hall 8b/E24!
Safety and protection for medical products – Interview with OPTIMA life science
From producer to consumer – prior to use medical products must be specifically packaged so that they can be used safely and sterile on patients. In addition to machine concepts, OPTIMA life science also offers manufacturing and packaging systems for diagnostics and consumer goods. We discover what they offer at the company's stand at COMPAMED 2019!
Flowing safely – Interview with Vernay Laboratories
At COMPAMED 2019, we talked to Vernay Laboratories who are bringing two new solutions that increase patient safety in flow control devives: the Supravalve MAX and a disposable miniature pump. Discover what makes these products special in our video interview.
Smart tubes for medicine – Interview with RAUMEDIC AG
Plastic parts like tubes and catheters rarely seem special, they can have different colors at best. Still, they hide not only potential for innovation but also a lot of brains. This ultimately increases patient safety. We learn more about this at the stand of RAUMEDIC AG at COMPAMED 2019.
Great success needs good design – Interview with Erdmann Design AG
What characterizes good design? How do you create the appearance of a medical device? We'll find it out at the booth of the Erdmann Design AG at COMPAMED 2019!
Flexible in use and brighter than all other LED light sources. At stand J19 in hall 8a Photonic shows the future of LED lighting for endoscopy and microscopy with the LED module F5000-Med.
Panasonic offers extra sharp images - for many applications in medical technology. For perfect images, down to the last detail. To be seen in Hall 8b, Booth H33.
At COMPAMED 2019, Multivac presents flexible packaging machines and automatic syringe feeders with high tank capacity. Have a look in Hall 8a/H01!
Do you already know the DaproRubber? Find out more at MEDNET in Hall 8a/H14!
The Motion Laser Welding Machine is used for welding the smallest plastic hoses. Are you impressed? Then it's worth stopping at BW-TEC in Hall 8a/K26!
The companies CETA Testsysteme GmbH and Gaedigk Feinmechanik & Systemtechnik GmbH have been working together successfully for ten years. At COMPAMED 2019, you can find out which devices for handling, processing and testing medical products both companies are exhibiting in Hall 8a/L25.
Camozzi Automation offers technical innovation, precision and reliability of its products. For example in the field of anaesthesia and ventilation. You will find the leading supplier of pneumatic components for industrial automation in Hall 8b/H02.
In Hall 8b/G05, the engineering service provider seleon will show you how medical products are created from ideas.
Sensirion AG is one of the leading manufacturers in the field of digital microsensors and systems, such as those used in inhalers or infusion devices. You will find everything about sensors in Hall 8b/H19.6.
Assembly and testing systems are the special field of XENON Automatisierungstechnik GmbH. You can convince yourself of the competences of the company from Dresden in hall 8B/H17.
The traditional company Effgen Lapport Schleiftechnik has experience in grinding technology. You will find the booth and their COMPAMED mascot in hall 8b/N20.
In hall 8b/L02 you will also find the product Strap 4 U at the booth of the French elastomer specialist Sterne SAS. The small "patch" is used to relieve and immobilize finger injuries caused by sprains, fractures or dislocations.
It's the right dose that counts. No matter whether dosing devices, valves, robots or needles, in Hall 8b/N30 you will certainly find the right accessories at Vieweg GmbH Dosier- und Mischtechnik.
Functional solutions as economical as possible - for Stansomatic A/S metal and steel cannot be thin enough. See for yourself in Hall ab/J21.
The last day of COMPAMED has started but there's still innovative things for you to discover. Enjoy the melting pot for high-tech solutions!
maxon medical is presenting propulsion systems for the surgical area in Hall 8a/K11. Of course, they can be sterilized and used in many different ways.
The company Machine Solutions brings catheters into the right shape. If you like, you can watch the process live in Hall 8a L11.
With the Accu-Drill SD302D SYNEO Europe Ltd. succeeds in drilling the finest holes in catheters. The specialists can be found in Hall 8a L11 and are looking forward to your visit!
Herga Technology Ltd. relies entirely on the capabilities of your feet! Foot switches in various shapes and colors help to facilitate everyday work in clinics and practices. They can be found in Hall 8a M13.
Northwire (LEMO Group Company) shows connectors for cables in the medical technology sector at COMPAMED. If you would like to get an idea of the products, just walk by at their booth H23/7 in hall 8a.
INJECTA employees must not be afraid of syringes. Thanks to a very special grinding of the tip, the cannulas can be used in many different ways. If you don't have trypanophobia - or colloquially fear syringes - you can find the products in Hall 8/F10.
Do you already know the DaproRubber? Find out more at MEDNET in Hall 8a/H14!
A team led by Professor Sylvain Martel at the Polytechnique Montréal Nanorobotics Laboratory has developed a novel approach to tackling one of the biggest challenges of endovascular surgery: how to reach the most difficult-to-access physiological locations.
The near-infrared light is a light source with the shortest wavelength, indicated outside of the red color in the light spectrum. The near-infrared light has been widely used in optical communications, medical lasers, LiDAR of self-driving vehicles, and security and surveillance instruments, ranging from private to defense industry.
Scientists at the University of Toronto and Arizona State University have developed the first direct gene circuit to electrode interface by combining cell-free synthetic biology with state-of-the-art nanostructured electrodes.
This new method can take 3D micro and nano-printers to a new level: an international group of scientists with IKBFU professor Anatoliy Snigirev among them has published an article that proposes a new method for studying the structure of complexly organized materials of both artificial and natural origin.
Our brain consists of countless nerve cells that transmit signals from one cell to the next. The connections between these cells, the synapses, provide a key to understanding how our memory works. An American research team has now succeeded in identifying these switching points in millimeter-sized tissue with a light microscope on the basis of their structure.
A new power saving chip developed by engineers at the University of California San Diego could significantly reduce or eliminate the need to replace batteries in Internet of Things (IoT) devices and wearables.
Where bones fracture, surgeons often have to join the fragments with implants. Magnesium orthopaedic screws, which over time dissolve in the body, spare patients another operation after healing is completed and reduce the risk of infection. To develop optimized alloys and orthopaedic screws with functionalized surfaces, Empa researchers are now investigating magnesium corrosion.
A KAIST team has designed a new strategy for electronics that will mechanically transform into a wearable electronic device. Imagine a handheld electronic gadget that can soften and deform when attached to our skin. This will be the future of electronics we all dreamed of.
The recently launched joint project "ForMikro-GoNext" of the Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung (IKZ), the Ferdinand Braun Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik (FBH), the University of Bremen and industrial partners ABB Power Grids Switzerland Ltd. and AIXTRON studies beta-gallium oxide (β-Ga2O3).
Spider silk consists of fiber-forming proteins, stored by the spider in a specialized gland. When the spider needs silk, for instance to build a web, it extrudes the silk proteins through a long duct in which they are exposed to specific mechanical and chemical influences and assembled to form silk. Spider silk proteins consist of 20 elementary building blocks known as amino acids.
Imagine a runner who doesn't need to carry a stopwatch or cell phone to check her time: She could just gaze at the glowing stopwatch display on the back of her hand. Such human-machine interfaces are no longer science fiction, but they still have a way to go before becoming mainstream.
Finding a handful of cancer cells hiding among billions of blood cells in a patient sample can be like finding a needle in a haystack. In a new approach enabled by 3D-printed cell traps, researchers are removing the hay to expose the cancer cells.
The COMPAMED, which takes place annually at the MEDICA trade fair, is the leading international marketplace for suppliers of medical manufacturing. Exhibitors from all over the world will come to Düsseldorf this fall to present their components and technologies to the trade visitors.
Ultrashort laser pulses have enabled scientists and physicians to carry out high-precision material analyses and medical procedures. Physicists from the Universities of Bayreuth and Göttingen have now discovered a new method for adjusting the extremely short time intervals between laser flashes with exceptional speed and precision.
A biomimetic blood vessel was fabricated using a modified 3D cell printing technique and bioinks, which were formulated from smooth muscle cells from a human aorta and endothelial cells from an umbilical vein.
As wearable sensors become more prevalent, the need for a material resistant to damage from the stress and strains of the human body's natural movement becomes ever more crucial. To that end, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed a method of adopting kirigami architectures to help materials become more strain tolerant and more adaptable to movement.
A new interface developed by researchers in Bristol and Paris takes touch technology to the next level, by providing an artificial skin-like membrane for augmenting interactive devices such as phones, wearables or computers.
Recent advances in fluorescence microscopy allow researchers to study biological processes below the classical diffraction limit of light. Ralf Jungmann, Professor for Experimental Physics at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and research group leader at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, and colleagues developed DNA-PAINT, a variant of these so-called super-resolution approaches
The fight against global antibiotic resistance has taken a major step forward with scientists discovering a concept for fabricating nanomeshes as an effective drug delivery system for antibiotics. Health experts are increasingly concerned about the rise in medication resistant bacteria.
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Proliant Biologicals, LLC (Proliant), an LGI company (Lauridsen Group Inc.), today announced that it has acquired Boval BioSolutions from Lifecycle Biotechnologies of Fort Worth, TX. The acquisition...
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