Marketing spiel. You can smell it a mile off. We won’t besiege you with the reasons why top medical device manufacturers use Domino for coding and marking. But we will invite you to see our technology for yourself at the UDI Conference in Baltimore, Maryland June 7-8.
There are plenty of reasons to visit Charm City: exceptional cuisine (especially if you like crabs), a beautiful port, famous breweries and a storied baseball history. To that list, you can add the UDI Conference - assuming you have anything to do with the production and use of medical equipment and devices.
What, when and why?
Marking medical devices with traceability and product identification coding isn’t easy. Medical devices are often small and need to be produced at speed to satisfy demand. The industry exists against a backdrop of regulations that are increasingly stringent, as is currently evidenced by the FDA’s UDI directive. For manufacturers, the pressure is on to comply with the coding regulations, without disrupting the production line.
Here to help is the UDI Conference. The two-day event seeks to explain to manufacturers and health professionals how UDI can reduce medical errors, improve supply chain management, boost operational efficiency, enhance inventory control and more. It takes UDI beyond a compliance issue and highlights the business, economic and social benefits.
The event takes place at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland on June 7-8 2017. Register of find out more on the website.
Why visit Domino’s stand?
Domino is a world leader in coding and marking. Our UDI compliant technology for coding onto medical devices sees us work with top manufacturers of healthcare equipment. The technology of choice is the D320i laser, which you can see in action at Booth 27 at the UDI Conference 2017. It makes for compliant, accurate coding at speed onto almost any substrate imaginable. And because it’s a contact-free technology, it doesn’t affect the product surface. High-precision, high-clarity marking is guaranteed.
Domino’s Medical Devices Development Manager, Michael Barron, will also be on hand to discuss your UDI compliance challenges. Our range of technology can turn your struggles into an opportunity for your business, whether you need manual, semi-automated or fully automated coding, pre-mark inspection or post-mark verification.
We hope to see you at Booth 27.