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Biocompatibility is a crucial consideration in the manufacture of wearables for medical devices, as these items may come into direct contact with the patient skin. Meeting regulatory requirements and understanding testing guidelines are key to ensuring biocompatibility. To begin with, it is important to characterize the materials used in wearables manufacture. This involves determining the […]
Different people understand the concept of custom carrying cases differently. By pure definition, there are two actual degrees of customization. The first one takes an existing, off-the-shelf case and makes minor modifications (Shell-Case offers several lines for this called our Hybrid lines). The second starts from scratch and takes an in-depth look at the customer […]
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. OEMs are companies that produce components or products that are used in another company’s end products. Within the portable medical device manufacturer community, it’s common to need the expertise of an OEM who focuses on building best-in-class regulatory-compliant medical device carrying cases. If you’re a product engineer or perhaps […]
As a company that has developed its reputation out of creating custom carrying cases, it’s a bit strange writing a piece advocating for off-the-shelf. Naturally, we’re a bit biased in favor of the former. Yet, we have enough experience, integrity, and customer mileage to understand there are certain scenarios where one option is better than […]
With the increasing complexity of medical equipment, the development of carrying solutions for these products has become significantly more important. Carrying products such as cases, bags and pouches are no longer commodity accessories. Instead, they are now doing far more than just holding and protecting medical devices by also adding measurable functionality and usage value, […]
The ever-increasing sophistication of medical devices has created a greater need for collaboration between medical device manufacturers and their carrying case manufacturer. What may initially appear to be a minor, case design oversight can result in a costly flaw that diminishes a device’s quality, limits functionality, or even jeopardizes the health of a patient. Because […]