Plastic Injection Molding
Medical Device Plastic Injection Molding, From Concept to Commercialization
Plastic injection molding is a manufacturing process for producing thermoplastic and thermosetting polymer materials. You may use plastic injection molding to manufacture a variety of parts, from micro-sized components to complete medical devices.
When you partner with Phillips-Medisize, you align with a world-class, award-winning provider of medical device manufacturing services, including injection molding, insert molding, overmolding, and micromolding. You may also take advantage of our multi-shot and multi-shot liquid silicone rubber (MSLSR) plastic injection molding capabilities.
You’ll find the medical device manufacturing experts at Phillips-Medisize understand your unique medical device equipment and process development techniques. In collaboration with you, we will:
- Help you minimize patient risk while meeting the rigors of FDA governance around validation of machinery and processes
- Operate in a highly regulated, climate-controlled environment
- Provide full program documentation and component/device traceability
- Perform routine material supplier assessments and auditing to ensure compliance based on the complexity and the criticality of the supply chain
You will also receive design for molding and design for assembly feedback and guidance to help you design moldable parts that are optimized for manufacture. These upfront investments in your program can help you reduce overall program costs, while increasing your product speed-to-market. From concept to commercialization, your medical device manufacturing program is in expert hands with Phillips-Medisize. You’ll find we’re dedicated to helping you achieve your program objectives on time and within your budget.
Medical Device Plastic Injection Molding Advantages
The medical device plastic injection molding process is ideal for producing low to high volumes of the same component. Some of the many advantages of plastic injection molding include:
- High production rates, lower labor costs
- Repeatable and precise tolerancing
- Accommodation of a wide range of materials
- Minimal scrap loss and finishing required