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Injection Molding Parts for Medical Device

Medical injection molding is a process that involves the use of plastic materials that are durable and meet FDA regulations. This process is ideal for the production of medical equipment and components. This process is used for high volume production of medical plastic injection molding components. It is also used for the development of medical device prototypes.
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Medical injection molding is a process that involves the use of plastic materials that are durable and meet FDA regulations. This process is ideal for the production of medical equipment and components. This process is used for high volume production of medical plastic injection molding components. It is also used for the development of medical device prototypes. 


TEAM MFG is a leading manufacturer of medical device components and plastic injection molded parts. We are able to provide our clients with the highest quality products at the lowest prices.For more information about our medical device plastics and injection molding capabilities, please contact us at +86 8850-8730.


Benefits of Medical Plastic Injection Molding

Since medical grade plastics are more versatile and can be combined with other metal components to create enhanced medical products, they have become the preferred material among manufacturers of electronic medical devices.

● Reduced weight

● Improved ergonomics

● Lower cost

● Increased functionality

● Decreased burden of sterilization


Why Plastic Injection Molding is Important in the Medical Field

Modern medicine has been largely influenced by the use of plastics. The reduction of medical costs and the development of better artificial limbs are among the main reasons why plastic injection is used in today's healthcare industry. Medical plastic injection molding is a process utilized for the development of artificial limbs and other medical devices. It can reduce the risk of infection and improve the quality of the finished products.


Applications of Medical Device Plastic Injection Molding

With our injection molding process, TEAM MFG can produce various medical devices, such as stents and implants. We also assemble complex subcomponents of larger medical equipment.Our medical insert molding processes can create housings for medical devices including:

● Medical Knobs

● Medical Enclosures

● Surgical instruments and blades

● Needles

● Dental instruments

● Tubes

● Prosthetics

● Medical equipment components


With our state-of-the-art vertical injection molding machines, TEAM MFG is able to provide complete medical device manufacturing solutions. We have worked with a wide range of metal component suppliers for the medical device injection molding industry. Due to our experience in this field, we can confidently supply high-quality components at competitive prices.


Catheter Molding Capabilities

We can mold various components of a medical device, such as catheter tips, joint components, and manifolds, through various processes and special biocompatible resins.


Medical Device Injection Molding Prototype Development

Medical device prototype development involves creating fully functional components for use in testing. At Springboard, our engineers use the latest methods and equipment to develop prototypes that are FDA approved. We take the FDA's regulations very seriously and will work with you to ensure that our prototype meets all of the requirements for approval.


Medical Grade Plastic Resins for Injection Molding

Medical injection plastic materials are high molecular weight and feature high heat resistance properties. Different kinds of thermoplastics are used for medical injection molding. Before choosing a material, check out its advantages and qualities.

● Polycarbonate: This medical grade plastic is commonly used for medical tubing. It features high tensile strength, low moisture absorption, and high heat resistance.

● PEEK is a highly resilient plastic resin that can be autoclaved. It is FDA approved for food contact.

● Ultem is a medical device made for use in medical facilities that require the use of an autoclave. It exhibits superior strength and flexibility.

We also offer various medical grade plastic additives such as fiberglass carbon fibers, talc, or custom color compounds.


Considerations for Selecting Medical Injection Molding Plastic Materials

There are various grades of plastic available for the development of medical device prototypes and injection molded products. They are designed to perform well in various conditions.


● Different strength levels are required for different applications. When choosing medical grade plastic resins, make sure that they meet these requirements.

● When it comes to the approval of medical devices, the FDA has different requirements for different applications.

Resistance to heat and chemicals are two critical factors when choosing a medical grade plastic material.

● The requirements for strength, chemical resistance, and other factors are known to affect the quality of plastic materials used for medical applications.

● Both methods are commonly used for the development of medical device prototypes. Before selecting a plastic material for your project, make sure that they are compatible with both methods.


With over 10 years of experience in the medical injection molding industry, TEAM MFG is well-equipped to help you find the right material for your application. We’ll consider your design, molding method and application requirements to make sure you receive a finished product that performs as required.


We provide medical device and industrial mold development solutions that are cost-effective while still meeting the requirements of the end product. Our goal is to help you get the most out of your investment.TEAM MFG offers a variety of medical grade plastic materials such as resin, sheet, and gel for medical applications. Contact us today for more information.


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