Over the past four decades, Midwest Mold has supplied precision injection molded parts and tooling to some of the largest medical device companies in the world. We’re able to meet the most difficult molding challenges by combining modern scientific molding principles with over 40 years of medical molding experience.
Since 1994, Midwest Mold has supplied precision injection molded parts and tooling to some of the largest medical device companies in the world. We’re able to meet the most difficult medical device plastic injection components molding challenges by combining best practices in plastic injection molding principles with our expertise in mold design and manufacturing.
On this page, you will find examples of our work that include umbilical clips, blood test locator and pressure clips and a mouth guard with a sensor that serves as a concussion alert.
Medical Device Manufacturers are often unwilling to use 3D printed parts because of the need for production quality prototypes. Timelines are compressed and parts are needed to test. Tools must be completed quickly and samples delivered at a competitive price. Often part revisions are being made along the way which requires tool changes before running the next round of samples. In many instances, Midwest Mold becomes an extension of the customers’ R&D department.