September 17, 2004

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Originally Published MPMNSeptember 2004



Manufacturer Offers Assembly, Testing, and Packaging Servicesmpmn0409p57a.jpg

A full-service contract manufacturer of medical devices provides assembly, testing, packaging, and sterilization services. Thecompany offers cleanroom and noncleanroom assembly, testing, and packaging services for Class I, II, and III medical devices; IVDs; and electronic instrumentation. Process capabilities range from tubing sets to ultraprecision electromechanical devices with interface tolerances of 1/5 the thickness of a human hair. A full-service injection molding program, including mold design, fabrication, and cleanroom molding, is available. The company is ISO 13485 certified and FDA registered.Ventrex Inc., Ventura, CA 

Fabricator Adds mpmn0409p57b.jpg

Custom Assembly and Packaging Services A supplier of die-cut and converted components has added custom assembly and packaging to its list of value-added services. These services can be customized to the specifications and requirements of each client. The company offers die-cutting of soft, semisoft, and thin rigid materials; multilayer laminating; and narrow-width slitting. Product design and prototyping are also available.Pacific Die Cut Industries, Hayward, CA 

Assembly Capabilities Include Bonding Processesmpmn0409p57c.jpg

A manufacturer for the medical device industry furnishes services such as assembly, product design, tooling and mold fabrication, and injection molding. Assembly capabilities include solvent and adhesive bonding, and automation for rapid assembly. Such services as the design and manufacture of assemblies and printing and component sourcing are also available. Class 10,000 and Class 100,000 cleanroom assembly services are offered.Injectech LLC, Ft. Collins, CO 

Contract Manufacturer Uses Automation in Product Assemblympmn0409p57d.jpg

Assembly capabilities with a focus on automation are available from a provider of precision plastic-injection molding services. Complete or partial component assembly is offered in facilities compliant with industry standards. Cleanrooms are Class 100,000 certified. Additional services include product design and development, clinical trials, global manufacturing, and distribution.NyPro Medical Products Group, Clinton, MA  

Name Change for Medical Assembly Providermpmn0409p57e.jpg

A maker of accessories for medical monitor manufacturers has changed its name. Axcesor, formerly known as Martech Assemblies, provides design, engineering, packaging, and assembly services. The company has 16,000 sq ft of manufacturing space in dedicated assembly cells and bench build stations. Four vertical injection molding presses offer custom insert molding in any volume in a choice of resins. A Class 100,000 cleanroom is biologically monitored for medical assembly, packaging, and electronic assembly.Axcesor Inc., Grafton, WI 

Company Specializes in Needle and Metal Components Assemblympmn0409p57f.jpg

A single-source manufacturer of needles and hypodermic products offers prototyping, manufacturing, assembly, and packaging services. Assembly services include manufacturing of OEM tubular components and assembly using various processes such as epoxy, laser, brazing, and soldering.Popper & Sons Inc., New Hyde Park, NY 

Contract Assembly and Automation Services in Cleanroom Environmentmpmn0409p57g.jpg

Project management from product design support and prototyping through assembly, packaging, and sterilization is provided by an ISO 9000-compliant manufacturer. The company can design, develop, and build automated equipment for product assembly using its modular Class 100,000 cleanrooms. Inventory maintenance, distribution, and marketing support are also available.Integrated Biosciences Inc., Harrisburg, PA 

Injection Molder Constructs a Class 10,000 Cleanroommpmn0409p57h.jpg

Cleanroom assembly is offered at an injection molding company. The cleanroom occupies 5300 sq ft in the company's 170,000-sq-ft facility and has received Class 10,000 operational certification. The room is equipped with three electric injection molding machines and can accommodate four additional machines. Assembly and postmolding operations can also be conducted inside thecleanroom. Cal-Mold Inc., Mira Loma, CA 

Class II Device Manufacturer Expands Facility
An FDA-registered and ISO 9001/ISO 13488-certified contract manufacturer of Class II medical devices and electromedical assemblies has expanded its manufacturing plant in Costa Rica. The facility's 10,000-sq-ft expansion includes a larger controlled environment and Class 100,000 cleanrooms to accommodate demands for increased capacity. Production services include injection molding, metal stamping, welding, adhesives, curing, testing, printing, and packaging.Precision Concepts Costa Rica S.A., Alajuela, Costa Rica 

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