BIOMEDevice Boston, a regular stop on the Accumold marketing team’s annual calendar, will continue its reputation for bringing together the best minds and biggest brands in medical device development when it opens its doors for this year’s event at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on May 3-4.

“BIOMEDevice Boston always features the newest, faster and smartest medical devices and the latest products, ideas and services to make them even better. Accumold is a respected voice in that conversation and being in Boston will give us an opportunity to share our story and learn,” said Aaron Johnson, Accumold Vice President of Marketing and Customer Strategy. “This year’s event is going to include a greater focus on sensors as BIOMEDevice Boston promoters remind attendees that the future is ‘smarter, smaller, faster and more powerful.’ That’s something Accumold’s president and CEO, Roger Hargens, has been saying since the company was founded back in 1985. It’s great that we’re all singing from the same page.”

BIOMEDevice Boston will bring together more than 400 leading industry suppliers and more than 4,000 engineers and executives.  Sensors — dubbed the “tiny technology with a massive impact” — are driving the future of medical design and manufacturing. This year’s event will feature the Sensors Zone — a dedicated area of the expo floor showcasing how sensors are disrupting multiple facets of the medical device  industry. Meanwhile, industry experts will share details about the latest sensor solutions to hit the market.

“Innovation is transforming patient care in ways people can only begin to imagine,” Johnson said. “Everyone at Accumold is thrilled to be part of that process. And, our marketing team is thrilled to be headed to Boston again this year to see what new ideas are out there and share our capabilities with start-ups and established companies that benefit from our expertise.”

Since its inception, Accumold’s mission has been the production of super-micro, ultra-precision, plastic injection-molded parts with components that often measure in mere microns. Parts manufactured by the firm are critical components for the medical, micro-optics, electronics and other high-tech emerging industries.  They can be found in personal communication devices, telecommunications, surgical tools, hearing aids, medical devices, antennas, connectors and more. To produce those parts, Accumold builds specialized molding machines engineered to handle volumes from prototypes to millions per year while maintaining consistent, precise tolerances that are unique in the industry. For more information about the company, log on to www.accu-mold.com.

 

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