The Accumold marketing team will head to the Big Apple June 13-15 to participate MedTechWorld’s annual mainstay for medical device manufacturers – MD&M East– with a legendary name in MedTech, promising to inject added excitement into this year’s exposition.
MD&M East, to be held in the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, is in its 34th year. It’s the largest med-tech event on the East Coast. “Just as it always does, MD&M East connects thousands of engineers and executives with hundreds of leading suppliers,” said Aaron Johnson, Accumold’s Vice President of Marketing and Customer Strategy. “Of course, Accumold is one of the industry’s elite suppliers that engineers, executives, and other industry professionals look forward to seeing. While this year’s show highlights to big industry trends – 3D printing and smart manufacturing – we’re also thrilled that Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple and chief scientist at Primary Data, is going to be the keynote speaker.”
Wozniak, who has been at the forefront of technology innovation for more than three decades, will discuss topic spanning his pioneering days at Apple to some of the most exciting technology trends influencing today’s advanced manufacturing industry.
Accumold’s mission from it’s founding has been to perfect the manufacture of critical components in automotive, military, aerospace and telecommunications industries, finding great success in MedTech. Their components are widely used in microelectronics, cell phones, telecommunications and medical devices, to name just a few uses.
Accumold has achieved great success in the medical space, especially as medical device manufacturers have focused on fitting more functionality and highly sophisticated designs into smaller, lighter, thinner packages. The companies expertise is unsurpassed, especially when it comes to pulling off what even world-class molder consider to be impossible. To fully understand the wide breadth of Accumold’s expertise and capabilities in MedTech see our medical micro molding examples.