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  • Ready, Set, Launch—But Not Without a Plan

    In 1968 3M scientist Dr. Spencer Silver was attempting to develop a super-strong adhesive. Instead, he accidentally created a low-tack, reusable adhesive. He tried to find a use for the “accident” for years but nothing stuck. No pun intended. As a last effort, he decided to place it on the back of his own bookmark. He quickly was moving the bookmark from page to page to mark where he was in [...]

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    Medical Fluid Bag Development at AMI Conference

    Medical Fluid Bag Development at AMI Medical Fluid Bags Conference - See Genesis Plastics Welding and MedTech Launch MedTech Launch will head to Boston October 4 and 5, 2018 to attend, exhibit and participate in medical fluid bag development discussions AMI’s Medical Fluid Bags Conference. A leading source for excellence in medical device design, development and engineering services, [...]

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    Medical Device Industry Transition Success

    Imagine that you step onto the plane to board your next flight and your dental assistant neighbor is the pilot for the day. That might be cause for alarm. Or, what if the chef from your favorite restaurant was the doctor at your next well-check appointment? Now, we aren’t insinuating that these individuals couldn’t “do” the job, but there are times that we need to trust and rely on [...]

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    Genesis Plastics Welding Announces MedTech Launch

    Genesis Plastics Welding, Inc., a Midwest-based contract manufacturer specializing in medical devices and radio frequency welding, announced today the start of a new division – MedTech Launch by Genesis Plastics Welding. This division is strategically aligned to assist medical device clients in navigating the product launch process, from initial concept to commercialization, with a focus on [...]

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    Reality TV Version of Product Development

    Twenty years ago, sitcoms where the thing to watch. The last 10 years have been all about “reality TV." I’m not sure how genuinely “real” it all is. There appears to be a general plot line or series of events that make the episodes interesting. They vary in their amount of “scripting”, but they all contain chaos and surprises. But how does all that play into product development? [...]

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