Medical device manufacturers typically contract with multiple suppliers, each with a specific capability. Some offer expert metal processing, others focus on plastic injection molding.
At Precision Medical Products, Inc., you get the best of both worlds, literally, under one roof. In our 106,000-square-foot facility, which includes ISO-certified Class 7 (FS209E Class 10,000) and Class 8 (FS209E Class 100,000) clean room areas, we can provide a full range of metal and plastic processing. There is no need to contract separate vendors for metal work, plastic injection molding, assembly or packaging — we do it all, from end to end.
A History of Precision
PMP can trace its roots to the 1920s textiles industry, when we manufactured knitting and women’s hosiery needles. Precision was our watchword back then and remained our steadfast commitment as we evolved to make, first, hypodermic, vaccinating and surgical needles and, then, other medical instruments and equipment.
Today, PMP is known as a premier, low-volume, specialty grinding source for a wide variety of needles and cannula. We offer an array of standard bevel configurations and custom needle point grinding, along with a number of advanced metal manufacturing processes (see below). We balance this expertise in metalworking with a robust thermoplastic and thermosetting production capabilities. With our extensive plastic injection molding operation, we can manufacture a variety of parts, from micro plastic parts and components to larger-scale medical devices and equipment.
PMP offers a complete range of integrated medical production technologies under one roof:
- Laser cutting
- Electrical discharge machining (EDM)
- Grinding and honing
- Insert molding
- Hypodermic needle manufacturing
- Laser welding and marking
- Metal/plastic tipping, pointing, forming and Coining
- Metal stamping
- Micro welding
- Polishing and tumbling
- Solvent welding and UV bonding
- Ultrasonic cleaning and passivation
- Ultrasonic welding
- Injection molding (22-ton to 180-ton machines)
- Rotary insert molding
- Film to molding (patent pending)
- Engineering-grade material and implantable resin production
- SolidWorks 3D mold design
- In-house mold flow analysis
- Rapid tooling turnaround
- Pad printing
- Quick prototype mold building
- RF tipping capabilities
- Flow, leak and, burst testing