Medical Injection Molding

Medical Plastic Molding for the Medical Manufacturing Industry

PMC provides medical injection molding for components used in end-use medical devices. We also provide medical plastic molding for complex assemblies within different systems.

Materials & Processesmedical molding for device components

Engineered plastic resins are selected for physical properties, such as strength and resistance to chemicals, as well as cost and manufacturability. Medical applications involve molding processes, as well as multiple fabrication processes.

Additionally, materials may be selected for biocompatibility and excluded when they involve plasticizers, such as phthalates.

Advanced molding processes are often used for cost effective production. Product identification and control will benefit from in-mold decoration, pad printing and other post molding operations.

Medical assemblies can be delivered with different materials through multishot molding and overmolding. Components that require further assembly can be supplied with inserts and gasketing.

Certain medical applications require sub-micron filters, which can be molded into a supporting structure.

Silicons are often used in medical devices because of their very low solubility and ability to withstand high temperatures and chemicals.

Special Considerations

A bright blue machine in a manufacturing plant.Medical molding requires the highest attention to both quality control and cost savings.

Our years of experience with molding dynamics and shot control allow us to deliver consistent results, even with multi-cavity molds and long production runs.

When a medical device involves additional assembly stages, we can also accommodate that work in our facility. That means an entire product can be produced from resin to finished goods under the same roof. We can provide plastic welding, fasteners, and we can control the supply chain for customer-specified components.

Many customers prefer to outsource assembly of specific components to PMC instead of developing their own production facility. This allows them to allocate capital and floor space to other operations, and lets them turn a fixed expense into a variable cost, saving inventory and purchasing costs.

How to Get the Best Results

The blue PMC logo.Partner with PMC early in the development process. We can help select the best engineered resin for medical molding, product performance, and manufacturability.

In many cases, multishot molding and in-mold decoration can help control assembly costs and make for a better product.

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