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It is one thing to be able to create a computer drawing of a specific part or component, and another to be able to produce the part to the exacting specifications required for a medical device.

This is very different from manufacturing other types of molded plastic components. Precision, documentation, and even the right choice of raw material suppliers are all critical factors in the design passing approval and becoming a marketable item.

At MDI, we provide medical injection molding for companies both large and small. Our experience working specifically with the medical device industry allows us to work within all FDA requirements and standards, ensuring full quality control to ISO 13485 standards, as well as our own stringent quality control standards.

There are also some additional benefits any company will find in working with our team on any medical injection molding project. To help with an understanding of how we can help you to move your idea from drawing through to production, here are some of the essential features we offer.

Design Evaluation

While the technology behind injection molding offers a wider range of options in shapes, configurations and design elements, it is not always the best method. Our team evaluates these issues and can discuss alternative production methods. We may also be able to recommend design changes that make the part moldable without impacting performance, life cycle, size or other essential characteristics.

Complex Parts

A large difference in medical injection molding is the complexity of the parts. Molding companies with limited experience underestimate the experience needed to create these molds and structure the injection process for perfect adherence to required tolerances.

With our expertise and experience, we can work on complex parts that other injection molding companies will not be able to manufacture. Additionally, we can stay on your deadline requirements, which is always critical in the medical device industry.

To find out more about our injection molding services for medical devices, give us a call today at 1-800-852-1472.