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Nypro Healthcare Improves Rapid 3D Prototyping for Medical Device Makers

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Cliff Leardon
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Innovation at breakneck speeds
Cliff Leardon   3/24/2014 4:22:50 PM
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At Leardon Solutions, We have been delivering end-to-end product development for nearly a decade and the advances in the technology are mind boggling. This is just one more example of awesomeness. Great Article!

Cliff

http://leardon.com

Elizabeth M
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Re: Innovation at breakneck speeds
Elizabeth M   3/25/2014 4:50:26 AM
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Thanks for your comment, Cliff, I will definitely check your company out. I am glad you found my article interesting and helpful.

Elizabeth M
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Improve medical innovation
Elizabeth M   3/25/2014 5:07:35 AM
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Innovation among medical devices and solutions is, in my opinion, one of the most fascinating areas of technology advancement at the moment. At the same time, 3D printing and prototyping is gaining a lot of momentum and being used to allow the medical world to create solutions faster. Nypro's initiatives will give a definite boost to both of these trends.

bobjengr
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3-D PROTYPING FOR MEDICAL DEVICES
bobjengr   3/28/2014 5:00:01 PM
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Elizabeth--Great post.  Very informative.  This is a marvelous service.    Designers are always eager to have complete control as mentioned in your article.  Right now the customary process involves one, two, three or more design teams and possibly several prototype teams.  This is very time-consuming and sometimes confusing due to differing standards.  The effort you describe will definitely provide significant "value-added" to customers needing turn-key processes.  Again, excellent post.

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