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We Mettle in Heat

We Mettle in Heat:    A casual thought on how heat is used in spring making. Metal is a fascinating substance. At room temperature It’s strong and hard, but also elastic and malleable. A paperclip can easily be bent into a new shape but is still strong...

The Study of an Intern

The Study of an Intern By Mykah Schafer   After having been a student studying Biomedical Engineering for three years, I was really hoping to have a strong internship before heading into my last year of college. I was fortunate enough to earn a spot on the Medtec...

Springing Minds into a Nano-Future

Springing Minds into a Nano-Future By Mykah Schafer Being aware of advancements and developing technologies as a supplier is a necessity. As a medical spring supplier this statement holds a lot of weight because medical advancements are constant. One of the up and...

An Intern’s Perspective

Scherdel Medtec – An Intern’s Perspective By Grace Piasecki As a junior studying Biomedical Engineering at Grand Valley State University, gaining experience is a key factor to becoming a successful engineer. Scherdel Medtec has given me the opportunity to gain that...

Simulation

INTRODUCTION to SCHERDEL MEDTEC SIMULATION SERVICES by Drew Jelgerhauis Development Engineers are constantly trying to understand how their design will perform under various conditions, environments, and applications.  Their Project Managers are trying to reduce the...

We Care

We Care to Mettle by Jeremy Skorupa When considering what approach to take to the medical market, Scherdel Medtec looked at the medical field as an encompassing entity. Looking at the methods used by medical professionals in general, provided a good example of how...