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MBK Tape Solutions Present at MedTech Conference

On July 29, 2019, MBK Tape Solutions with partner, Vancive Technologies (a division of Avery Dennison) presented "Bringing Stick to Skin Wearables to Market" at the MedTech Conference in Irvine, Orange County, CA. Jason Zajac lead the panel discussion consisting of Jeff Kaminski, CEO of MBK, and Deepak Prakash, Sr. Director of Global Marketing at Vancive Technologies.

Contract Manufacturing Adds Value

MBK Tape Solutions, a Contract Manufacturer (CM), specializes in fabricating adhesive medical component parts and finished products for medical devices, stick-to-skin wearables and the personal care market. Our experienced team of application engineers and customer support will help manage the process from design and development, to prototyping to full scale production. Not only do we help cut manufacturing costs, our design expertise delivers innovative quality products.

MBK Provides Stick to Skin Solutions: Extended Wear Tape Products Adhere for 7+ Days

Being at the forefront in the wearable market, MBK Tape Solutions has helped engineer "stick to skin" solutions for wearable devices in many different industries: anything from 3D holographic sunglasses to nicotine cessation patches, constant glucose monitoring devices (CGM) and even some operating room solutions. Device manufactures and medical professionals are looking for conformable adhesive tapes that can hold devices securely for long-term wear and can be removed from the skin gently, without causing skin trauma. One of the most common questions asked, is there a long term PSA solution to stick to skin for more than 7 days?

2018-10-25T19:02:34-07:00 November 2015|MBK Company News, Medical Products, Wearables|0 Comments

Jason Zajac Discusses Wearable Technology Designs at University of San Francisco/UC Berkeley

Jason Zajac Discusses Wearable Technology Designs at University of San [...]