Medical device

Pearson Packaging Systems recently launched a rebranding campaign to reflect its commitment to continuous improvement, innovatio
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Pearson Packaging Systems recently launched a rebranding campaign to reflect its commitment to continuous improvement, innovation, and customer service.
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This Pester PEWO-pack 450 Compact film wrapping machine has integrated the newly developed pac robot 3 for reliable picking, col

Pester's 'pac robot'

A new generation of robotic modules without proprietary robot controllers

K-C's take on RFID

Kimberly-Clark’s Mike O’Shea discloses lessons learned in RFID, including why it operates a ‘dirty’ RFID lab.
Feature Article

FPA winners sparkle

From 89 entries, here are the top winners in the 2005 awards competition sponsored by the Flexible Packaging Assn.

'Virtual label' used on medical packs

A medical device manufacturer is testing replacing its print-and-apply applicators with ‘virtual labels’ created by laser coding technology.

Sterilization validation of medical packaging

An overview and tips delivered by Douglas Stockdale, president of Stockdale Associates, Inc., at MD&M West in Anaheim, CA, Jan. 10.

Combination product packaging

The healthcare industry is headed to drug combination products containing two or more regulated components that are physically, chemically, or otherwise combined as a single entity.
Materials Product Brief

Cyro Industries: Medical device polymers

Cyro Industries has announced that its Cyrolite® and XT® polymer acrylic-based multipolymer compounds, as well as its Cyrex® acrylic-polycarbonate alloy compounds, are now approved for contact compatibility with a variety of medical applications, including rigid packaging trays.

How package engineers can help medical device development

Jan Gates, an engineer with medical device maker Guidant Corp., presented the following insights last month at MD&M West.
A new HDPE top film web provides several benefits for Sengewald Klinikprodukte's packaged surgical drapes and gowns.
Machine Case Study

Film drapes Sengewald in success

Appearance, tear resistance, and peel properties are key benefits of a top film web used by Sengewald in Germany for thermoformed packs of surgical drapes and gowns.


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