Tips for Designing and Specifying Precision Metal Components and Springs for Your Medical Devices, Instruments and Systems, New Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

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This live session takes place on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at 11 A.M. EDT (4 P.M. BST). Join industry experts from Connecticut Spring & Stamping (CSS) Pete Marut, Metalform Sales Engineer and Dale Pereira, Springs Sales Engineer as they discuss important tips for designing and specifying key metal components for medical devices, instruments, and systems.

Precision metal components and springs play critical roles in the function of countless medical devices and systems. From surgical instruments and drug delivery devices to consumer electronics and electronic sensors, OEMs rely on tight tolerance metal parts and springs to ensure their devices and systems function flawlessly.

Are you looking to learn important tips for designing and specifying key metal components for your products? Attend CSS’s informational webinar which will address:

·         Material Selection

·         Part Geometry

·         Stamped vs. Machined Components

·         Fine Blanking

·         Wire Forming

·         Spring Coiling

·         Dimensioning and Tolerancing

·         Tooling Considerations

·         Prototyping

·         And more…

CSS is an industry leader in the advanced manufacturing of precision metal springs and components. The manufacturer works with OEMs around the world to develop their products and ensure that their customers’ metal stampings, springs, and wire forms function flawlessly while hitting cost targets. Their capabilities include assistance with part designs, in-house tooling design and build, technical project management, quality systems, and consistent volume manufacturing across global production locations.

CSS has over 75 years of experience in developing and manufacturing complex parts for some of the largest companies in the world including:

·         Medtronic

·         The Tech Group

·         Stryker

·         CONMED

·         TE Connectivity

·         Animas Corporation

·         Jarden Plastic Solutions

·         Ethicon-Endo Surgery

·         Bridgemedica LLC

·         Teleflex

·         And many others…

Join our presenters for an insightful discussion – and answers to your questions – on these clinically and commercially relevant topics. To learn more visit: Tips for Designing and Specifying Precision Metal Components and Springs for Your Medical Devices, Instruments, and Systems.

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