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Injection Molding for Medical Devices

Injection Molding for Medical Devices

Manufacturing • Injection Molding

Seisa Medical and its subsidiary Seisa Plastics have been delivering full-service plastic injection molding capabilities since 2002. Our medical device injection molded part and prototyping services adhere to the highest levels of precision, accuracy and quality.

We offer a broad range of presses, specifically engineered for the application of medical devices.

Medical Injection Molding

Seisa’s Injection Molding Capabilities

With services ranging from in-house tooling and preventative maintenance to design and development, Seisa can deliver reliable plastics solutions to fulfill whatever your application requires. No matter if you need low volume, high volume or high complexity, our full in-house vertical injection molding manufacturing has you covered.

Our capabilities include:

  • Cleanroom Injection Molding
  • Overmolding
  • Insert Molding
  • Micromolding
Medical Injection Molding
What is injection molding

What is injection molding?

Injection molding is the process of forcing plastic material molten by heat into a mold and then cooling and solidifying it into a final product.

How is injection molding used in the manufacturing of medical devices?

In the making of medical devices, polymers or polymeric materials are heated until liquified and then injected into a mold, cooled and solidified to produce devices that are compatible with a health care need.

Injection molding is one of the most cost-effective manufacturing processes in today’s market. Many materials used in medical device injection molding are durable and able to resist harsh environments without cracking, breaking or shattering. They are also resistant to contaminates and easily sterilized.

Medical device plastic injection molding is a critical process where the stakes are high. As a result, specific requirements must be met in the design, planning and manufacturing processes.

Some of those include FDA approval and ISO certification and compliance. FDA regulations for cleanliness and sterility must be met both in the parts themselves and the manufacturing process.

What are examples of medical devices
that can be injection molded?

The following types of medical devices can be injection molded:

  • Ablation catheters
  • Atherectomy catheters
  • Plastic components for Catheters (access, diagnostic, guiding)
  • Cytology snares and brushes
  • Dental accessories
  • Endoscopic snares
  • Enteral feeding sets
  • Guidewires and introducers
  • Micro-catheters and specialized catheters
  • Mother-infant care products
  • Orthopedic devices
  • Plastic components for delivery systems
  • Surgical accessories
  • Thrombectomy
  • Tubing sets
  • Urology catheters

How is injection molding used in the
manufacturing of medical devices?

Seisa offers cleanroom injection molding, overmolding, insert molding and micromolding.

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