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An Innovative Design for Wearable Medical Devices

  Electronic gadgets are quickly becoming a second skin for humans. Just like a temporary tattoo, wearable medical devices and sensors can be applied directly to the skin to monitor people’s health while they perform their daily activities.

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3 Metal Fabrication Requirements to Consider

In any type of design or manufacturing process, there are a variety of requirements to consider. Whether it relates to the performance of the finished product or the associated costs, every piece of the puzzle is crucial to long-term success.

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Metal Manufacturing: When It’s Time to Modify Processes

  There’s comfort in sticking with the metal manufacturing processes you’ve always used. But what you might not realize is how shifting over to new manufacturing methods can potentially address many of the challenges you face.

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The Metal Manufacturing of Quality Parts & Components

  Quality — It’s a term we all hear about in the manufacturing world. Customers expect it and manufacturers have to meet this demand to ensure satisfaction and loyalty.

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3 Qualities to Look For in a Metal Design Partner

  With a concept in mind for a metal part, you’re ready to take the next step and choose a metal design partner. As you research your options, it’s important to know which qualities to look for in a partnership—ones that will ultimately fuel long-term success.

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How to Balance Quality & Speed in Metal Design

  Designing metal parts can often feel like a balancing act. On one hand, there is the pressure to produce high-quality designs that deliver optimal performance. On the other hand, competition within the market and customer demands fuel the need for a speedy design process.

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Questions to Ask Before Metal Fabrication Begins

  It’s an exciting time: You’ve completed the CAD design for your metal part and are ready to move things over to the fabrication stage.

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