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Cleanroom die cutting combines the speed and precision of manufacturing with a controlled environment with low levels of pollutants. Cleanrooms reduce particulate contamination and control environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity, static, and pressure. Applications include laboratory diagnostics, medical devices, biomedical technology, filtration, electronics, and scientific research.
In this white paper you’ll learn about cleanroom requirements, classifications, and the role of quality management systems (QMS). You’ll also examine the equipment, dies, and materials that are often used. Importantly, you’ll discover the types of complex components that cleanroom die cutting can create for you.