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    . The higher the radiation dosage, the greater the yellowing and the longer the required recovery time. Until recently, when rapid-gamma-recovery formulations were introduced, acrylic took as long as 60 days to recover from the effects of gamma irradiation. This time has been cut to a week for some grades
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    , advanced tooling technology, and in-line high-speed production. The end product is created by first evaluating the needs of the packaging engineer, assembly line, customer, and end-user. Specializing in rapid development using CAD and CAM, the company has cut lead times for prototypes and production
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    include straightening, chamfering, heat-treating, and cut processing. A line of rigid, moldable, acrylic-based multipolymer compounds is designed to deliver the same structural integrity as other transparent plastics, but at a thinner gauge, according to the company. Cyrolite Med 2, CG-97, GS-90
  • Kent, Washington Waterjet Shop Specializes in Tight Tolerance Waterjet Cutting
    systems to cut numerous materials, including epoxy resin, fiberglass, acrylic with foreign materials imbedded into it, 8 " thick titanium, glass, aluminum, stainless steel, phenolic, shim stock and up to 12-inch thick mild steel. Some of its more challenging projects include cutting 9-inch-thick
  • Medical Device Link . The Fundamentals of Selecting Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives
    Pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs) represent a system that actually dates back to the invention of the self-adhesive label in 1935, when R. Stanton Avery produced the first coating unit using a wooden cigar box with two holes cut in the bottom. The box was filled with adhesive, which dripped
  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives
    Medical-grade PSAs are die-cut for use in device components at a company's GMP-compliant facility. Such capabilities as die-cutting, laminating, printing, slitting, and sheeting allow for functional handling of multiple webs. Pressure-sensitive foams, films, nonwovens, and foil laminations can
  • Medical Device Link . Using Parylene for Medical Substrate Coating
    inspection of coated substrates for uniformity, verification of parylene cut-through resistance, and adhesion and dielectric testing of coated samples. Since there is no cure cycle with parylene, substrates are not subject to cure forces, solvents, liquid-phase effects, or elevated temperatures
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    to meet various performance levels. Pacific Die Cut Industries, 3399 Arden Rd., Hayward, CA 94545. Converting services An FDA-registered and ISO 9002 certified converter of pressure-sensitive medical components and diagnostic devices offers custom die-cutting, multilayer lamination, spooling

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