Medical Device Development
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Case Study: Centrifuge Bowl Molding: MPR Overcomes Production Method Challenges for Centrifuge
An MPR client develops innovative adult stem cell solutions and technologies addressing needs in the vascular, cardiovascular, and wound treatment sciences.
Using our expertise in injection molding processes, as well as plastic surface finishing, manufacturing methods, and packaging, MPR designed a multi-piece bowl assembly that could be readily produced using injection molding.
MPR successfully created an injection-molded, biocompatible and sterilizable centrifuge bowl assembly at low cost.
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Christian Haller, Executive Director, Product Development Division, MPR
Christian Haller joined MPR in 1985. Since 2000, he has served as the General Manager and Executive Director of the Product Development Division of MPR Associates. As a recognized thought-leader in the areas of New Product Innovation and Technology Development, Mr. Haller contributes strategic guidance and vision to clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. Under his guidance, MPR has taken over 100 companies from start-up through commercialization. While the focus is on life science and green technology projects, Mr. Haller has managed a multitude of projects including automotive, aerospace, and industrial and consumer products. Mr. Haller earned a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia.
This workshop, is sponsored by MPR Product Development, a global engineering and design firm, specializing in the development of first-of-a-kind medical technologies and products. MPR works with their clients as an independent development partner from conceptualization through technology transfer. They provide all engineering, research and development, design, and prototyping services needed to successfully commercialize their clients’ products using internal resources exclusively.