It’s finally here, and the Accumold team has arrived in Boston for DeviceTalks Boston. The event goes from October 8th – 10th at the Westin Boston Waterfront and is a must-attend event for companies and engineers working on next-gen MedTech devices and medical innovations that will change our world.

Accumold will be providing real micro molded parts from past MedTech projects and industry successes for participants to interact with and Accumold’s VP of Marketing and Customer Strategy will be on hand to answer technical questions and overall process questions. Don’t worry, he’s already prepared to answer the most common question he gets “woa, can you really mold parts that small with plastic?” (The answer is “yes!”)

Keynoting DeviceTalks this year will be Steve MacMillan, CEO of Hologic. MacMillan has a long history in the MedTech space focusing on women’s health, creating new technology focusing on breast, skeletal, perinatal, gynecological and aesthetic health issues women face throughout their lives.

This year, DeviceTalks Boston will also feature three new tracks created by people familiar with the industry. The ECO-System track is tackling common struggles in the MedTech industry for Boston device manufacturers (and others), the TECH track is focusing on new devices and new technology, and the Investment track will be a resource for companies looking for capital and investors to grow their operations.

Other keynote speakers include Campbell Rogers, MD, VP and Chief Medical Officers for HeartFlow, Todd M. Pope President and CEO of TransEnterix, and Heidi Dohse, Sr. Program Manager of Healthcare at Google plus many others.

What Is DeviceTalks?

For those unaware, DeviceTalks is a MedTech industry event for the MedTech community meant to create a community and event to foster a free exchange of ideas and insight for leading pioneers and engineers in the MedTech space. The event is hosted by MassDevice, an online journal of record for the medical device (MedTech) industry.

If you can’t make it to Boston, but still have questions on precision micro injection molding, or a new MedTech device, please reach out. We love to answer questions.