8 Things to Consider When Designing Multi-Layer Stick-to-Skin Products
Advances in medical device design are driving lighter, smaller, more user-friendly stick-to-skin devices that can be used in at-home settings as well as in a hospital or physician’s office. But while they are easy to use from an end-user standpoint, they are not always simple to design and fabricate. Many “patches” are actually complex multi-layer material laminations that require significant thought on material selection and design for manufacturability. This post examines 8 key things to consider when designing a multi-layered stick-to-skin product.