Invo­tec Will Be Exhi­bi­t­ing at MD&M Min­nea­po­lis This Octo­ber.

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Invo­tec Engi­nee­ring Will Be at MD&M Min­nea­po­lis | Octo­ber 31 – Novem­ber 1 | Booth 1047

The Medi­cal Design & Manu­fac­tu­ring (MD&M) show in Min­nea­po­lis is the lar­gest med­tech event in the Midwest—expecting to draw over 5,500 atten­de­es in its 24th year this fall. The con­fe­rence fea­tures edu­ca­tio­nal work­shops, exhi­bits, and speaker ses­si­ons in R&D, design, deve­lop­ment, and manu­fac­tu­ring.

Invo­tec will be exhi­bi­t­ing at the event, high­ligh­t­ing the latest deve­lop­ments in com­plex assem­bly, test, and inspec­tion equip­ment.

As an inte­gra­tor, we’ve spent 25 years desi­gning and buil­ding custom auto­ma­ti­on equip­ment for medi­cal device manu­fac­tu­rers. In that time, we’ve found our custo­mers face com­mon chal­len­ges when deter­mi­ning what type of solu­ti­on is best for their needs.

At Booth #1047, we will take a clo­ser look at tho­se challenges—answering FAQs such as, “How do I deter­mi­ne ful­ly-auto­ma­ted, semi-manu­al, or manu­al?” and “How do I impro­ve my ope­ra­tors’ pro­duc­tivi­ty and con­sis­ten­cy?”. We’ll also dis­cuss how solu­ti­ons in machi­ne visi­on sys­tems, micro laser pro­ces­sing, error proofing, and pre­cisi­on joi­ning are chan­ging the way medi­cal device manu­fac­tu­rers approach auto­ma­ti­on.

Get your FREE expo pass and 20% off the con­fe­rence: https://www.invotec.de/events/.

 

About Invo­tec Engi­nee­ring, Inc.: Invo­tec designs and builds custom assem­bly, test, and inspec­tion equip­ment for medi­cal device manu­fac­tu­rers. We spe­cia­li­ze in app­li­ca­ti­ons with small-to-medi­um-sized com­pon­ents and com­pli­ca­ted assem­bly processes—providing a ran­ge of robust, reli­able, ful­ly-auto­ma­ted and semi-manu­al solu­ti­ons. Our fle­xi­ble approach allows custo­mers to refi­ne their pro­duct design while we engi­neer the equip­ment, and as part of the HAHN Group, we are able to leverage a net­work of best prac­tices and glo­bal sup­port. 

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