ANKENY — Spring just wouldn’t be complete for the Accumold marketing team with a trip to the annual BIOMEDevice Boston, so the team is headed east for the March 26-27 technology powerhouse event.

“We’ll be headed out next week because ‘BIOMED Boston’ is always a stand-out opportunity for potential customers from across the country and around the world to see Accumold’s capabilities up close. And, of course, it’s another way for us to stay connected with so many of current clients who enjoy everything that the event has to offer each year,” explained Accumold marketing director Aaron Johnson.

This year’s BIOMEDevice Boston has 12 two-hour learning labs spread over its two days. Participants will “hear from the latest innovators providing concrete methods and tools attendees can use to break through their normal patterns of thinking. Medical learning labs include: Designing next-gen medical devices, human factors and usability, quality control and electrical standards, UDI implementation and wireless health technologies,” according to organizers.

Event planners are also stealing a page from the dating world to offer a “speed networking” event on the opening day to connect like-minded professionals. The speed networking is described as “highly effective, efficient and fun event to gain industry knowledge, establish new alliances, learn about new processes and build relationships.”

“It’s great when organizers add a new twist to a conference, but the Accumold team always has clear-cut objectives to share the company’s extraordinary story and product line,” Johnson said. This year’s BIOMEDevice Boston is no exception to that rule.”

Since its inception in 1985, Accumold’s mission has been the production of super-micro, ultra-precision, plastic injection-molded parts. Parts manufactured by the firm are critical components of the medical, automotive, military, aerospace and telecommunications industries. They can be found in micro-electronics, cell phones, 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.

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