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June 20, 2014

Brochure

Sparton Medical Brochure

We design and manufacture class I, II and III medical devices that require a mix of highly specialized technologies including: robotics, fluidics, optics, lasers and blood separation. At any given time, our manufacturing floors are filled with diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical instrumentation devices – all areas where Sparton’s expertise runs deep.
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May 14, 2014

Webinar

Indulging in Excessive Product Testing?

Learn more about how to streamline your product testing strategy. While thorough and reliable product testing is critical, you may be wasting valuable time and money by over-testing your newest goods.
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webinar-water-testing

May 14, 2014

Webinar

Medical Device Biological Wet Testing

Outsourcing is a normal part of medical device design and manufacturing. However, for some complex devices, it goes well beyond production and into qualified wet testing. Wet testing is a complex laboratory methodology itself, and the qualification of partners that specialize in wet testing is no less important than for device manufacturing.
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leveraging

May 14, 2014

Webinar

Leveraging Highly Complex Product Design and Development within Military & Aerospace

Working in the Military and Aerospace industry takes a special form of management. You not only have to monitor in-house expansion, but also outsourced design and manufacturing. Learn what skills and expertise are “common core” for full-scale production and how to repurpose outside capabilities to advance new product introductions.
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June 10, 2014

Webinar

Choosing the Right Partners For Critical Aerospace Systems

As the Medical Industry becomes more advanced and devices are getting smarter, wireless connectivity has become even more crucial. We see a plethora of smart connected products in the Medical Industry, from consumer medical devices, such as the Fit Bit, to connecting patients with their nurses through wireless electronic monitors, how does your company grow and adapt?
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