Medical Wearables – Ask an Expert Q&A

Medical Wearables is a rapidly growing industry, so we had one of our experts answer a few frequently asked questions.For our latest Ask an Expert blo...

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Medical Wearable Device Design - Part 1 - Attaching to the Skin

Adhesive Medical Wearable Devices need reliable materials to not only withstand use, but be gentle enough of the skin. Streamlining Medical Wearable D...

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Noise and Vibration Dampening (Part 2)

Boyd's engineers use a variety of foams, tapes, and silicones to solve acoustic challenges. In our previous blog Noise and vibration dampening (Part 1...

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Medical Wearable Device Design - Part 2 - Functionality in Tight Volumes

Medical Wearable Devices require high functionality in small volumes, which requires advanced materials and assemblies for success. Streamlining Medic...

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Noise and Vibration Dampening (Part 1)

To solve tough buzz, squeak, and rattle (BSR) challenges, Boyd's engineers employ custom acoustic management solutions. Buzz, squeak, and rattle (BSR)...

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Surface Energy and Adhesive Selection

When bonding together two substrates, it is important to consider the surface energy of the material. Pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSA) have made it ...

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Die-Cuts: Replacing Metal Fasteners and Liquid Adhesives

When it comes to holding two materials together, die-cuts offer many advantages when compared to other fastening methods. Mechanical fasteners and liq...

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