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manufacture

The production, preparation, propagation, compounding, conversion or processing of any item, either directly or indirectly, by extraction from substances of natural origin or independently by means of chemical synthesis, or by a combination of extraction and chemical synthesis, and which includes any packaging or repackaging of the substance or labelling or relabelling of its container.
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The type of polymer and the ratio of polymer to API chosen can affect SDD physical stability, and should be balanced with performance, chemical stability, manufacturability and cost.
With over 100 years' engineering expertise in custom-designed tool and dies, robotic platforms and automated vision systems, OKAY delivers process improvements that optimize manufacturability, reduce costs and ensure consistent performance.
A recent DfM project on a high-density, mixed-technology single-sided printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) highlights the challenge of balancing cost, functionality and manufacturability choices.
A further evolution of composite part design is 'design for manufacturability'," explains Rob Blackburn, head of applications engineering in Cytec Solvay Group's composite materials business unit.
Midway through the project, the consortium has developed advanced technologies and tools by building a coherent design flow, demonstrating manufacturability of elementary devices and process integration, and developing a packaging toolkit.
Martin's vast experience and intimate knowledge of how enzyme- and probiotic-based supplements are manufactured will be utilized in the up-front product development process to ensure customer formulations are maximized for best manufacturability.
The VPS line is being expanded with the addition of VPS VridgeR, which performs design analysis (manufacturability) using 3D data on full-assembly models(1) to ensure there is no component interference in the assembly process, and VPS GP4 (Global Protocol for Manufacturing), which enables production-line simulations.
Technical and manufacturing staff are available for reformulations, trial batches and manufacturability improvements to support successful use of the firm's compounds.
This is a [pounds sterling]22 million practical manufacturing and assembly operation that is intended to test and prove the manufacturability of the new ideas that come from small firms up to the scale where the big names of the industry might then be able to take them on.
It utilises the natural mechanism of antibody maturation under controlled conditions and allows for the selection of optimal antibody properties such as high affinity, stability, function, cross-reactivity, epitope diversity and manufacturability.
Geometric DFX is powered by Geometric's award-winning design for manufacturability solution DFMPro and leverages the CGM 3D modeling kernel from Spatial Corp., a leading provider of 3D components for technical application development.
Geomagic Solutions includes a voxel-based modeler that is 3D printer ready, further enhancing engineering productivity and parts manufacturability.