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  1. Accumold
9 April 2012

Accumold Marketing Team Back in Boston for BIOMEDevice Event

Accumold marketing team members made their second trip to this New England mainstay for their third event in less than two weeks.

They previously participated in the Society of Manufacturing Engineering’s 10th annual MicroManufacturing Conference and Exhibits from 28-29 March and the AudiologyNOW! Conference from 29-31 March.

Accumold vice president of sales and marketing Paul Runyan said the BIOMEDevice Boston event’s benefits run the gamut from networking with industry peers and evaluating the impact of new technologies, materials and approaches for cutting edge medical device design and development to staying ahead of the regulatory curve and getting the inside track on major trends related to medical device design, engineering and commercialization.

"The organizers boast that BIOMEDevice Boston offers innovative solutions, top suppliers, and insights from leading industry experts and the Food and Drug Administration," Runyan said. "Accumold contributes to that successful mix and that’s why we’re there."

Since its inception in 1985, Accumold’s mission has been the production of super-micro, ultra-precision, plastic injection-molded parts. Parts manufactured by the firm are critical components of the medical, automotive, military, aerospace and telecommunications industries. They can be found in micro-electronics, cell phones, telecommunications, surgical tools, hearing aids, medical devices, antennas, connectors and more. To produce those parts, Accumold builds specialized molding machines engineered to handle volumes from prototypes to millions per year while maintaining consistent, precise tolerances that are unique in the industry.

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