In November's 2022 MD&O Medical Device Handbook issue, Cortland Biomedical engineers Madeline Moncla, Michelle Lishner, and Zachary Robbins recently shared their insights in Medical Design & Outsourcing on how making informed choices between high-density, low-density and 3D braiding offers greater design flexibility for implantable textile components that are fit-for-purpose. Read the article here....

Cortland Biomedical recently held an off-campus celebration of several new product launches This fall’s launch party focused on the successful commercialization of various products across multiple clinical applications. Despite the rain and wind, all Cortland Biomedical staff took a break from the facility to dine together at Walden Oaks Country Club....

Cortland Biomedical Textile Process Engineer Zachary Robbins Discusses How Our Variation Braiding Capability Enables Greater Flexibility and Creativity in Textile Product Design Can you walk us through the 3D and branch braiding process? Like normal braiding, 3D and branch braiding using a variation braider involves bobbins on a carrier going around...

For the June 2022 issue, Sam Brusco of Medical Product Outsourcing interviewed our engineering director, Wesley Conger, and other industry experts about manufacturing trends in surgical robotics and how manufacturing partners are keeping up with the evolving sector. Wes shares his insights on why biomedical textiles are a viable and advantageous alternative to...

In the March 2022 issue of Medical Design & Outsourcing, Cortland Biomedical's Wes Conger explores areas increasingly being revolutionized by textiles, including general surgery, neurovascular procedures, sports medicine, and endoscopy. When biomedical textile engineers work closely with medical device OEMs, they can add a greater degree of innovation and efficacy...