Advances in Medical Manufacturing

The next-generation manufacturing processes for the healthcare industry

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This research service assesses the various emerging manufacturing technologies and their impact on the medical device manufacturing in the next 5 Years. 3D printing is one of the technologies that is changing the landscape of manufacturing in various industries. Medical device manufacturing is no exception as a industry that doesn’t derive immense benefits from 3D printing. Similarly, 3 other technologies and their impact on medical device manufacturing is assessed in this research study.This research service provides:Trends, insights, and technologies of focus for stakeholders in this segmentAn overview of technology Megatrends impacting medical Devices.A review of key technological/business challenges infl

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Executive SummaryResearch Scope Research MethodologyResearch Methodology (Continued)Key FindingsKey Findings (continued) Industry OverviewOverview of Medical Devices ManufacturingClassification of Medical DevicesClassification of Medical Devices - USA (FDA)Classification of Medical Devices - EuropeClassification of Medical Devices - AustraliaMegatrend ImpactMegatrends in Healthcare influencing Medical Devices ManufacturingMegatrends in Healthcare influencing Medical Devices Manufacturing Assessment of Emerging Manufacturing Technologies in Medical Device ManufacturingInfluence of Manufacturing Technologies on Medical Devices Sector1. 3D Printing2. Composites Manufacturing3. Multi-material Joining4. Micro ManufacturingIndustry Drivers and ChallengesFactors Influencing Medical Device Manufacturing—Industry Drivers and ChallengesIndustry Drivers ExplainedIndustry Challenges ExplainedKey Innovations AssessmentTwo Material Joining Technology - MRPC, USAMicro Manufacturing Services for Medical Devices -Microtek LLC, USAUltra Short Pulse Laser - Laser Competence Center (LCC), Tampere University of Technology, FinlandComposite materials for Medical Devices - CIBOR, National Institute for Aviation Research, Wichita State University, USA Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polyetheretherketone (Carbon/PEEK) Implants - Icotec AG, Switzerland 3D Printing Solutions for Medical Device Prototyping and Dental Implants - Stratasys Ltd, USA3D Printed Hearing Aids and Dental Implants - Envisiotec GMBH, GermanyElectron Beam Melting for 3D Printing of Orthopedic Implants - Arcam AB, SwedenSolar Powered Mobile 3D Printers for Low-cost Medical Supplies and Custom Medical Devices - 3D4MD, Canada3D Printing using Ultralow Magnetic Field to Print Catheters - Northeastern University, USAOpportunity Evaluation and Technology Impact Assessment (2015-2020)Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP)-Based Technology Impact AssessmentCriteria Definitions–Level 0Sub-Criteria Definition–Level 1 and AlternativesSub-Criteria Definition–Level 1 and AlternativesLevel 0 and Level 1 Criteria–Priority ValuesComparison of Alternatives against Level 0 CriteriaAlternatives Comparison against Level 1 Criteria– Technology Capabilities and Market AspectAlternatives Comparison against Level 1 Criteria– Technology Capabilities and Market AspectFinal Priority ValuesAHP-based InsightsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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