MEDICAL CUSTOM CONVERTING

MEDICAL CUSTOM CONVERTING

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Tapecon Medical Custom Converting

Expertise in challenging material and precision conversion of flexible Medical materials.

For decades, Tapecon has been a reliable converting partner for industry-leading medical and medical device providers. Tapecon’s ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485 certifications assure customers that we clearly understand and comply with the critical guidelines that must be met in order to produce safe, quality results.

With our varied knowledge of conductive metals, plastic films, and adhesives; Tapecon has the ability to combine multiple custom converting techniques to fabricate intricate and unique medical constructions.

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Medical Material Conversion capabilities:

  • Precision slitting
  • Die-cutting
  • Laser cutting
  • Servo driven, gear-less motor precision converting
  • Adhesive selection and applications
  • Laminating
  • Creasing/cuffing
  • Rewinding
  • Perforating
  • Punching
  • Specialized materials and selection
  • Web cleaning
  • Functional ink coating and printing
  • Electronic panels & membrane switches

Read about our Medical Printing Capabilities

 

 

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