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...is an important part of the overall quality process. The source of these cosmetic defects is often contamination from external sources. To implement a truly fundamental corrective action, the root cause of the defect must be unequivocally identified. Microscopic morphological analysis is an indispensable tool...

...of contract services, is able to bond tubings of different durometers, sizes, and configurations. All tubing is customized to meet specifications. Cosmetic defects in adhesive application can be eliminated with use of a dispenser that employs a timed air pulse and adjustable vacuum for precise control...

Bud Patel and Todd Bailey Industrial vision systems now spot defects, read bar codes, and catch cosmetic problems on production lines for which the technology was considered too pricey Operators of the Applied Vision LLC Touch & Go terminal can key in vision inspection parameters that include...

...in blister flanges. Table III. Inconsistent results when using hand fed impulse sealers. (click image to enlarge). Curled seals are primarily a cosmetic issue. Unless the curl is severe, package function is not likely to be affected. One constraint that limits the acceptability of curl in a double...

...platform is designed to help manage risk and guide decision making. The filtering function puts incoming events in one of four categories, ranging from less critical (a cosmetic defect, for example) to highly critical (a severe functional defect). Companies can then pinpoint the events that need...

...markets. They require not only expertise in extrusion but also heavy scrutiny of each product, up to 100% inspection. "We look for cosmetic and dimensional failures, " Lathiya says. "Much of this is done under a microscope to weed out the smallest defect. Many of these devices are meant to stay...

...package was tested before validation to make sure it was functionally acceptable. It was visually inspected to make sure there were no abnormalities such as cracks, abrasions, or other cosmetic defects. Then each package was visually inspected to make sure it met the requirements of referenced...

...device may require a hub made of clear material for functional or marketing reasons. If clarity is not required, the normal practice is to add a biocompatible colorant to the raw material, typically 1 to 2% by weight. The advantage of a colored hub is that the colorant hides cosmetic defects...

Amendments to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and the institution of industry good manufacturing practices (GMPs) in 1978. Although established in 1931, it was not until 1976 that FDA was given regulatory oversight of medical devices. Even with the passage of the amendments, package testing barely...

David L. West, Timmie Topoleskie, and William MacFarland FDA has announced an intention to extend its enforcement of the premarket notification requirements of the Federal Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act (FD &C Act) to reprocessors of single-use medical devices (SUDs). This is a major reversal...

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