- Adhesives and Epoxies - Nadine Blaesing - Dymax Corp.
- Fluid Handling/Dispensers - Tom Muccino - EFD Inc.
- Sterilization and Biocompatibility - Dr. Jerry Nelson - Nelson Laboratories
- Thermoplastic Molding - Dave Pool - Sil-Pro
- Do you know if Pebax bonds to polypropylene—for instance during an overmold...
The bond between these two polymers is typically mechanical, with engineered geometries to aid in the physical interlocking of t... read more - September 1st, 2011
Answered by: Dave Pool
- For a subcutaneous implantable device, if a small amount of leachable is dete...
If you detect a leachable using a chemistry technique, the next step is to use ISO 10993-17 to determine the toxicological impac... read more - May 1st, 2012
Answered by: Dr. Jerry Nelson
- I am looking for an adhesive that can be used to bond tubes made of fluroroca...
Fluoropolymers such as PVDF, FEP, and PTFE (Teflon) are very difficult to adhere to. The only way to overcome this is by using a... read more - July 23rd, 2012
Answered by: Nadine Blaesing
- Sometimes I get a slight variation in my deposit size. What could be the caus...
There could be several causes, depending on what type of fluid you are dispensing. If you are dispensing a particle-filled mate... read more - November 11th, 2009
Answered by: Tom Muccino
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