Working with MTS, biomedical device manufacturers and researchers gain access to advanced testing technology that helps characterize materials, validate designs, meet regulatory standards and ensure reliable performance.
MTS is the ideal partner for generating accurate, repeatable results that speed development, enhance quality control and launch new products more cost-efficiently.
Gaining a deep knowledge of biomaterial properties, performance and durability is essential to helping biomedical researchers and product developers expand what is capable in medical device and component performance. To characterize biological materials for discovery purposes and fit-for-use evaluations, researchers need testing technology that is highly versatile and precise. Medical device manufacturers require absolute throughput and ease-of-use to help them comply with industry standards and rapidly verify product quality on the production line.
Physical demands and performance expectations have never been higher for prosthetic devices. Developers face intense pressure to introduce devices that offer the utmost in both durability and true-to-life feel and functionality.
By precisely simulating the real-world static and dynamic forces under which prosthetic devices must ultimately perform, developers can gain deeper insight into device performance at an earlier stage of development, equipping you to be first to market with devices that offer superior durability, mobility and patient satisfaction.
Dental researchers and device developers continually strive to engineer more durable and high-performance materials and constructs, so that dentists and orthodontists can improve quality of life for their patients.
Ensuring successful outcomes can involve everything from teeth and jaw strength studies to implant durability testing and characterizing filling materials, dental tools, and wires and springs used for braces. All such evaluations share a single goal: to clearly understand how materials and constructs will impact function when used in a dental or orthodontic patient.
Every day, orthopedic device developers and researchers make enormous strides toward improving the health and mobility of an aging and increasingly heavier population, as well as for younger people who are unwilling to give up their active lifestyles.
Keeping pace with the growing demand requires orthopedic test labs to evaluate how their devices will ultimately endure the forces and motions to which they will be subjected in the real world. To be most valuable, such evaluations must be done in the most thorough and precise manner possible, and at the earliest possible stages of product development.
Medical machines, procedures and fluid delivery systems are only as strong as the weakest component incorporated into their designs. That’s why suppliers of these products must conduct thorough durability and performance evaluations for every item they produce.