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by Stratasys Inc.

The terms “3D printing” and “additive manufacturing” refer to processes that automatically build objects layer by layer from computer data. The technology is already well-used in many sectors including transportation, health care, military and education.

by Simulia

Finite element representations of crash test dummies are widely used in the simulation of vehicle safety systems. Utilize component models from the Abaqus Finite Element Analysis software to validate test data under different loading conditions and rates

by Simulia

Employ Abaqus Finite Element Analysis to design mobile device keypads for fewer typos.

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by Objet

Learn how an onsite 3D Printer can bring economic returns and competitive advantages through enhanced innovation, more productive design cycles and higher-quality designs

A compelling read that at times is light hearted and funny, 7 Habits of Quality Obsessed Manufacturers is written for top performing quality professionals that want to give their company an edge. The ebook takes a closer look at:•    How to brag about quality •    What successful manufacturers have in common with Einstein •    Who plays the starring role in your company •    How to not make easy hard •    Making the cloud your answer to supply chain visibility •    How to choose between "do something" and "do nothing" •    Giving data an afterlife

by InfinityQS

This free white paper, 5 Must Have Strategies for Enterprise Quality, shows how quality can take a more prominent, enterprise-scale role. Learn more today about•    The trend towards centralizing quality data •    Best practices for collecting and integrating multiple data sources •    How to monitor and analyze quality real-time •    Workflow management to ensure data integrity •    Reporting needs of users at all levels

by Norwich

While the goal of pharmacovigilance remains constant, the methods, resources, and regulations that are designed to reach this goal are continuously being updated and optimized. Adding to this inherent complexity, pharmacovigilance also involves the coordinated interaction of multiple players, including patients, healthcare professionals, pharmaceutical companies, and multiple regulatory authorities across various regions.

by InfinityQS

A compelling read that at times is light hearted and funny, 7 Habits of Quality Obsessed Manufacturers is written for top performing quality professionals that want to give their company an edge. The ebook takes a closer look at: • How to brag about quality  • What successful manufacturers have in common with Einstein  • Who plays the starring role in your company  • How to not make easy hard  • Making the cloud your answer to supply chain visibility  • How to choose between "do something" and "do nothing"  • Giving data an afterlife

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by InfinityQS

This free white paper, 5 Must Have Strategies for Enterprise Quality, shows how quality can take a more prominent, enterprise-scale role. Learn more today about • The trend towards centralizing quality data  • Best practices for collecting and integrating multiple data sources  • How to monitor and analyze quality real-time  • Workflow management to ensure data integrity  • Reporting needs of users at all levels

by Shimadzu

Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analyzers are utilized across a wide range of industries for such measures as process and water quality control, experimental research, and EPA compliance. Within the pharmaceutical industry, they serve vital roles in the manufacturing process. From inspections of the water used in drug manufacture (ultrapure water) to evaluation of cleaning effectiveness (cleaning validation), TOC analyzers are essential instruments in the pharmaceutical laboratory to ensure compliance with applicable regulations. This paper examines their use and presents some application data.

by Vaisala

This article shows excerpts from recent 483s issued for deviations in tracking and recording environmental parameters in various applications, then outlines ten best practices of a 483 response, providing a checklist to make the 15-day response time limit more manageable. Included are multiple links to further reading, agency guidelines, and disputation information.

by General Magnaplate

Too often the coating of parts is an afterthought for design engineers. Rather than being a part of the discussion in the early stages of design, designers try to solve problems with coatings at the point of manufacturing – or even after manufacturing. While each type of surface treatment (anodizing, electroplating, thermal spray etc.) provides its own unique set of properties and benefits, each of these processes also has limitations that should be addressed early on in the design process to ensure optimal performance

by Rotronic

Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies are under a great deal of pressure to comply with regulatory requirements from the inception of a product to its final destination. One such aspect of the regulatory process is stability testing. Stability testing allows drug manufactures to expose the product to conditions that might occur in the supply chain, as well as provide for stress testing for determination of shelf life. Stability testing relies on three important parameters: 1) Control Constancy 2) Uniformity 3) Sensor accuracy Clay Hile of Parameter Generation and Control and Greg Gowaski of ROTRONIC discuss the important points of stability testing.

by Screaming Circuits

Most companies outsource prototyping because they have resource constraints. In some cases this is a strategic decision, but in many cases, it is simply the only way to meet the latest product development deadline. While many prototype houses can accommodate a “throw it over the transom” approach, taking a more strategic approach can save time, money and most importantly, help your team develop a higher quality product.

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by Newson Gale

A Newson Gale White Paper, “You Don’t Have To Be a Rocket Scientist” is a concise engineering guide for the person responsible for protecting plant equipment and personnel from the hazards associated with the potential for static discharge. It provides a step-by-step audit procedure to evaluate the potential for a manufacturing or handling process to produce a static electric charge, how best to deal with it when flammable or combustible atmospheres also occur, and the content and scope of applicable engineering standards and guidelines.

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