Exhibitors include lots of companies we've written about in Design News, such as 3M, Accumold, Airwolf 3D, Covestro, Dow Corning, Eastman Chemical, EOS, Fabrico Medical, Festo, Flexcon, Henkel, NuSil, Nypro, Penn Engineering, PolyOne, Proto Labs, RAUMEDIC, Renishaw, Rethink Robotics, Shin-Etsu Silicones, Smalley, Solvay Specialty Polymers, Stratasys, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, Teknor Apex, and Wacker Chemical. There are several others too, including Arburg, Berry Plastics, DSM, General Magnaplate, Guill Tooling & Engineering, Lubrizol, PlastiComp, TissueGen, and Trelleborg Sealing Solutions. You can find these exhibitors on the show floor using our handy exhibitor directory.
Click on the image below for sampling of what you can expect at the show. We hope to see you there!
Fabrico Medical will display its advanced medical fabrication and materials conversion capabilities, including fabrication and assembly for microfluidic devices, medical grade bonding adhesives and films for diagnostic and drug delivery devices, and printing & packaging services. The company tests and recommends the right materials, converting services, and advanced assembly methods for medical OEMs and contract manufacturers.
(Source: Fabrico Medical)
Ann R. Thryft is senior technical editor, materials & assembly, for Design News. She's been writing about manufacturing- and electronics-related technologies for 27 years, covering manufacturing materials & processes, alternative energy, and robotics. In the past, she's also written about machine vision and all kinds of communications.
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