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KDS803S6 Newark / element14 WELLER Not Provided WELLER - KDS803S6 - 3CC METAL SYRINGE ADAPTER
KDS803S6 Radwell Weller Soldering Not Provided 3CC METAL SYRINGE ADAPTER WITH 6-FTAIR LINE & FITT
KDS805S6 Radwell Cooper Not Provided 5CC METAL SYRINGE ADAPTER WITH 6-FTAIR LINE & FITT
KDS810S6 Radwell Weller Soldering Not Provided 10CC METAL SYRINGE ADAPTER WITH 6-FTAIR LINE & FIT
KDS810S6 Radwell Weller Division Cooper Tools Not Provided 10CC METAL SYRINGE ADAPTER WITH 6-FTAIR LINE & FIT
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  • Medical Device Link . Needleless Syringe Improved by Replacing Metal Parts with Plastic
    achieved market success, by replacing some of the unit's metal parts with plastic. Triggered by a push button, the device uses a plunger to force liquid through an orifice one-third smaller than the diameter of a 30-gauge needle. The high-velocity microjet penetrates the skin with little discomfort
  • Medical Device Link .
    has developed a two-component mold for syringe plungers, thus eliminating assembly operations. Metal-injection molding is touted by another company as a time-saving technique for the high-volume production of intricate metal components. On the equipment and tooling front, a continuous vacuum forming
  • Medical Device Link .
    High-performance cleaning equipment is suitable for parts with complex geometries, as it produces enough power to penetrate blind holes and hidden areas. Processing takes place within a controlled environment to help prevent recontamination. The units offer full automation and can clean metal
  • A Tough Order to Fill
    it eliminates the need for operators to handle the product, enhancing both product sterility and worker protection. The process also works with products that cannot have metallic contact. Metal interactions are becoming an issue for process equipment. Jackson notes that Bosch has begun replacing stainless steel
  • Medical Device Link .
    of devices produced, substrates selected, and sterilization procedures employed. In the early 1970s, manufacturers were using materials like glass, rubber, and metal to assemble syringes, surgical instruments, and other devices. Products made from such materials were typically machined, molded, or assembled
  • Medical Device Link . Strain and Short-Term Creep Behavior of Thermoplastics in a Luer Taper Fitting Application
    , but are not limited to, syringes, needles, stopcocks, IV sets, and diagnostic and therapeutic catheters. The rigid connectors are available in a vast range of metals and thermoplastics, the selection of which is determined by the end use. When metal fittings are too heavy or overengineered for a specific
  • Medical Device Link . Shape-Memory Alloys Offer Untapped Potential Engineers teach versatile materials how to work in the body.
    , including angioplasty and laparoscopic surgery, should open the door to expanded applications of this metal. The shape-memory phenomenon, originally observed at

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