August 2020

R&D support for Manufacturable Next Generation Electronic Medical Devices

By |2020-08-27T13:07:52+02:00August 27th, 2020|Contract Manufacturing, Engineering, Medical device contract manufacturing|

R&D support for Manufacturable Next Generation Electronic Medical Devices

Building the next generation of electronic medical devices is no small feat due to the need for devices to be smaller, lighter, and more portable. Trends, such as miniaturization, have been driving device design changes in the industry over the […]

April 2019

Portrait of young and talented engineer Jessica Monsman

By |2021-06-30T23:27:55+02:00April 1st, 2019|Contract Manufacturing, Engineering, General, Medical Device|

“We help our customers improve the design of their medical device for improved manufacturability.” – Portrait of young and talented engineer Jessica Monsman

When customers are sub-contracting the design, industrialization and manufacturing of their medical device to Valtronic, a multi-disciplinary team ensures a seamless process. The success of Valtronic is to a large extent due to […]

January 2019

Industrialization is a crucial step towards manufacturing

By |2021-06-30T23:29:32+02:00January 23rd, 2019|Contract Manufacturing, Engineering, Expertise, General, Industrialization|

Why is industrialization such a crucial step towards the successful manufacturing of your medical device?

Your engineering team has designed an innovative medical device and you now need to manufacture it on a mass scale. Are you confident you are going to have a smooth transition as you scale up to industrialization and production? […]

October 2018

7 Electronic Design Problems

By |2021-06-30T23:33:09+02:00October 4th, 2018|Contract Manufacturing, Engineering, Expertise, Healthcare|

7 Electronic Design Problems that Add Hidden Expense

When developing a product or electronic assembly significant efforts are placed on functionality and on reducing time to market. Often Design for Manufacturing (DFM) takes a back seat without realizing the long-term consequences. Even if the manufacturing cost of a product is within target the manufacturability should be […]

November 2015

Forward-Thinking Provides Solutions: Pcb Engineering & Contract Manufacturing

By |2021-03-05T20:20:18+01:00November 5th, 2015|Contract Manufacturing, Engineering|

In printed circuit board manufacturing, there is always the need to provide power to the circuit being assembled. The simple solution is to plug it into the wall socket, though wires can be cumbersome for the user/operator. In the case of implantable devices (or temporary implantable devices) wires are impractical. So as a result, most companies […]

August 2015

Conformal Coating Vs. Potting

By |2019-06-17T08:22:42+02:00August 21st, 2015|Contract Manufacturing, Engineering|

Conformal coating is the norm for most electronic manufacturers. Conformal coating is a transparent layer of thin polymetric film, which “conforms” to the contour of the circuit board providing protection to the electronic circuit board.  This application is used to protect against moisture, chemicals, dust particles, and extreme temperatures.

Another form of coating is called potting. […]

Smaller, Smarter And Effective

By |2019-06-17T08:23:14+02:00August 13th, 2015|Contract Manufacturing, Engineering|

Miniaturizing growth is the way we work at Valtronic. The size, weight and volume are all considered when developing and manufacturing active implants and other medical devices. When it comes to making implantable medical devices, size begins to get smaller and smarter, bringing challenges to advanced circuitry and encapsulation.

Both titanium and titanium alloys have been […]

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