Medical Contract Manufacturing
Medical applications require both high precision and high repeatability. Design for manufacture and tight-tolerances are critical for medical assemblies to achieve statistical process control. Medical clients require the systems approach to manufacturing with validations and material traceability.
Natech Plastics designs and manufactures both diagnostics and pharmaceutical applications within the medical industry. For IQ/OQ/PQ validations, Scientific Molding establishes the processing window, and capability analyses qualify the process performance in production.
Custom Plastic Injection Molding for Medical Devices
Custom Injection molding lies at the heart of Natech’s contract manufacturing. The Natech Team brings experience in processing a wide range of thermoplastics, including commodity resins, engineering grade resins, proprietary fillers, and custom blends. 13 injection molding presses range in clamp tonnage from 40 to 400 tons for:
- Medical Molding
- Micro Molding
- Insert Molding
- Over Molding
Design and Project Management
Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA)
Natech's Engineers design and manufacture medical applications with custom injection molded plastics. With DFMA expertise, Natech’s designs are optimized for the real world of large-scale production, not for the development of a single prototype.
Certified Project and Process Management
Planning and research reduce the number of iterations required to produce a workable product and prevent delays and cost overruns. Natech applies Project Management Professional (PMP)©-certified expertise to manage the design and manufacturing risks in product development. We continually improve our ISO 9001:2008 quality management systems.
The following examples highlight some of the medical products we design and manufacture:
- Point of care in vitro diagnostics or rapid diagnostic test (RDT) cassettes
- Single-use/unit-dose applicators
- Pharmaceutical drug delivery
- Male and Female Luer Lock Systems
- Catheterization systems
- Surgical applications
- Dental thermoplastics
- Lab-on-a-Chip Microfluidics