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Get the Conversation Started at MD&M West

BTG Labs is going to be exhibiting at the Medical Device and Manufacturing (MD&M) West medtech event Tuesday February 4 to Thursday February 7. Our Surface Experts will be joining 19,000 attendees from around the world for three days at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA to discuss the latest and greatest in manufacturing, cleaning, automation and advancements in the Medical Device industry. 

MD&M West medical device show

Visit booth #349 to get an up-close look at the inspection power of the automated Surface Analyst XA. Tuesday morning at 11:00 the New Product Showcase will be featuring the XA. We’ll be demonstrating and explaining how our technology and services can find the root cause of adhesion failure, as well as give manufacturers the insight required to take back control of their process to prevent future failures. Join the conversation and gain deeper understanding of what it means to have a clean surface.

Are you currently planning or designing a new product with a component being bonding, coated, printed, sealed or painted? It’s common when scaling up from R&D to production that companies will not plan on incorporating verification and inspection steps into the process, and when failures occur they’ll have to add them in on the back end.

Surface Analyst XA and 3001 demonstrationsThis backtracking can be much more costly than setting up a production line fully equipped with the necessary tools to ensure success. You also won’t have to waste time and materials on scraped product because of failure. Let us help you fix the problem before it becomes a problem.


Register using our promo code in the box to the right for a complimentary expo pass and 20% off any conference pass. After you register, put us on your event schedule so you make sure to get to have a conversation with a Surface Expert.

Follow us on Instagram and LinkedIn for updates while we’re at the show. Contact BTG Labs using the form below to inquire about getting a free process walk which is the first step to total surface quality control.