3D printing is a revolutionary technology that is starting to transform the production of medical device coatings, offering greater possibilities for coverage of unconventional geometries and shapes. We speak to experts at Formacoat to find out how the company is incorporating 3D printing in its application of coatings for medical devices.
There are many opportunities for nontuberculous mycobacteria to spread in water distribution systems. This can lead to serious lung infections in anyone, and people with weakened immune systems are particularly susceptible. We look at some of the potential transmission points of NTM in water systems, identify areas at highest risk, and explain how Pall’s suite of water filtration products can ensure safety in health facilities.
Getting medical devices to the market is vital for bringing in revenue for manufacturers and delivering improvements to the health of patients. For new medical devices, obtaining the right coating is essential for success. Yet development timelines can be extended by the need to determine the optimum materials, especially if factors such as chemistry are not correctly identified at the outset. We learn how Formacoat’s expertise in coatings can streamline the time to market for medical devices.
Process intensification has long been viewed in biopharma production as a means to increase production efficiency and reduce costs. Yet the pathway there is not always straightforward, there are a number of approaches that can be taken. New technologies are pivotal in delivering advances in process intensification, and we learn more about how the 3M™ Harvest RC Chromatographic Clarifier can achieve this.
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Supply chain disruptions are causing severe delays to medical device development, with coatings a key area that is also experiencing issues in securing raw materials to meet strict timelines. We look at the ways that Formacoat is better insulated than most in the coatings field thanks to its innovative development processes and comprehensive in-house production capabilities.
Production of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) therapies has traditionally been expensive and complicated. Scaling up from discovery to lab scale and then to commercial manufacturing can be streamlined by using a consistent approach. We speak to Dr Hani El-Sabbahy, Advanced Application Engineering Specialist from 3M, to understand more about overcoming problems with scalability and reliability of clarification solutions.
What makes a niche business like Formacoat work? The answer lies in its expertise, integrity, and methodology. Formacoat has a holistic approach that aims to address what customers want from their medical devices – and why. To learn more, we speak to Formacoat CEO Mark Gross and his two sons, Brecon and Brontë, who are both involved in company operations.
Medical device coatings specialists are turning to grafting coatings to solve issues with complex geometries. We speak Formacoat to learn more about the advantages and efficiency increases with a coating that could one day be a rival to Teflon.
Bottlenecks in harvest clarification caused by intensified upstream processes create challenges in the production of monoclonal antibody (mAb) therapeutics. However, new technologies are enabling an increased yield while reducing the number of steps and resources required in biopharma production. We speak to 3M’s Dr Hani El-Sabbahy to learn more.