Injection Molding for Medical Devices
Optimal productivity, performance and value
Take advantage of our injection molding design and development contract manufacturing services to consistently transform thermoplastic and elastomeric polymers into molded components. We also offer expertise across hundreds of high-temp medical grade plastics, as well as bioresorbable materials.
- Our facility features more than 45 injection molding machines, ranging from 5- to 300-ton capacity, to precisely produce Class I, Class II and Class III components, including those from less than 1 mg to 0.5 kg.
- Our team has deep expertise working with a wide variety of engineered resins, including those used for implantable devices. Plus, we stock many of the most commonly used materials to keep turnaround times as fast as possible.
- From design through delivery, all molding is performed in controlled environments and cleanrooms. Our quality assurance processes utilize ISO-9001 and ISO-13485 certified systems. As an FDA-registered contract manufacturer adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), we also follow the U. S. Food and Drug Administration’s Quality Systems Regulations (QSR).
Plus, all our tools and fixtures are fabricated in-house to provide critical control over the quality of your finished product.
Development to deployment
Delivering quick-turn need to improve ease of use, performance of surgical device
Specializing in medical device liquid silicone molding for:
- Cardiac rhythm devices
- Diagnostic devices
- Drug delivery systems
- Neuromodulation devices
- Ophthalmic devices
- Orthopedic devices
- Surgical devices
- Vascular devices
- And more!
Our suite of integrated contract manufacturing services, enhanced by our SmartStack® and NeuroStack® technologies, provides a competitive advantage with customizable linear contact systems. Plus, our facility features controlled environments, ISO 7 (class 10,000) cleanrooms and cleanroom production cells with integrated vision systems capable of operating at ISO 5 (class 100) level. *Moldflow® is a registered trademark of Autodesk® Inc.