Medical Device Components

Advance Tooling Concepts has been serving the medical device industry since 1999. Our ISO 13485-certified facility includes a Class 100,000 cleanroom for medical injection molding, and we work with a large array of FDA-approved engineering grade resins. Our dedicated, highly trained cleanroom molding staff and state-of-the-art equipment ensure that every part matches your unique requirements whether that be for the shortest developmental run or a critical production run with millions of parts.

We work with medical device OEMs in all stages of product development and manufacturing. Our tool room design engineers will work with you on the front end of your project to help optimize your designs for improved performance and better, more efficient manufacturability. If you have an existing part that is proving to be a challenge we can evaluate your tool and make recommendations for and execute required changes for improvement. We are proud of our reputation to take on challenging projects with complex geometry, tight tolerances or tricky internal and external threads applications. From the R&D stages through full production, Advance Tooling Concepts can coordinate an overall project strategy to get your products to market in a timely manner.

Our advanced equipment enables us to produce even the most complex parts with perfect repeatability. Automated clean room injection molding processes help production move quickly and efficiently, and our extensive validation process and quality control testing guarantee that every part meets your exact specifications.

A complete tool transfer program is available to evaluate, integrate, and maintain the existing molds and tooling used to manufacture your medical devices.

We also offer an array of secondary services to give you more complete products and time and money in the production process.

Advance Tooling Concepts is dedicated to superior quality, precision and service, competitive pricing, and fast turnarounds. Request a quote on clean room injection molding for your project, or contact Advance Tooling Concepts to learn more.