29 A “Cure” for an In-Body Camera Housing Challenge F. Brian Holmes, CMfgE, Vice President and General Manager, Columbia Plastics Ltd.
30 Reducing Time to Market using CAM Systems Vivek Govekar, CAMWorks R&D Head, Geometric Technologies
33 Combining Additive ad Subtractive Processes for Implant Production Eric Ostini, Product Manager, GF AgieCharmilles
35 Closing the Loop on Catheter Crimp Quality Glenn Nausley, President, Promess Inc.
37 Waterjet Cutting Injects Versatility into Medical Machining Julie Kaiser, Regional Manager, OMAX Corp.
38 Machining Medical Parts John Dotday, Medical Product & Application Specialist, Sandvik Coromant US
Features Medical Manufacturing
41 Micro Manufacturing Keeps Shrinking the Envelope Some micro technologies approach the nano level with the latest additive manufacturing, micro machining and micro molding processes.
47 Curing Clouds at Appasamy In India, cataracts are the most common cause of preventable blindness; one company in particular makes the equipment the country’s opthalmologists rely on to treat the affl icted.
51 Hand Tools CAM soſt ware, fi ve-axis machining help supplier Delta Tooling come to grips with a high-profi le prosthetic hand project.
54 Virtual Mold and Process Development for Medical Parts Process simulation soſt ware is becoming an invaluable tool, from the design stage to the shop fl oor.