MEDICAL DEVICE COMPONENTS

Agile. Dependable. Versatile.

The medical device industry is evolving at a rapid pace. Your project can’t afford a delay due to insufficient parts. At Tapecon, we quickly get up to speed on your design and produce high-quality components to get your device to market.
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What are medical device components?

When you’re developing an innovative medical device, you need to modify materials to exact specifications. However, few manufacturers understand the complexities and regulations of the medical industry. That’s why you need a trusted custom materials converting partner.

For decades, Tapecon has been a trusted engineering and manufacturing partner for leading medical device providers. We offer a nearly endless range of printing and converting capabilities utilizing the last machinery. But the most powerful part of our company is our people. From design to production, we listen to your needs so we can create high-quality components that adhere to the most stringent standards.

Uses for Medical Device Contract Manufacturing

Whether you’re making a medical instrument, implement, machine, or nearly any other device with intricate components, Tapecon can help bring your ideas to life.

Assemblies

Diagnostics and medical equipment

Surgical equipment and applications

Sterilization and UV indicators

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Certified quality

We don’t just talk about quality – we prove it. Thanks to our ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certifications, you can be sure your medical device components are being built to the highest standards. We strive to continually improve our processes to add more value and expertise to each project.

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Capable of more

When you choose Tapecon, you can look forward to working with materials experts well versed in the medical field. We then put that experience to work through a wide range of converting and printing capabilities. Here are just a few of the ways we can solve your medical device design challenge.

  • Precision slitting
  • Die-cutting
  • Laser cutting
  • Adhesive selection and applications
  • Laminating
  • Creasing/cuffing
  • Rewinding
  • Perforating
  • Punching
  • Web cleaning
  • Functional ink coating and printing

Related Applications and Services

If your design calls for a medical device component, you may also be interested in learning about other ways Tapecon can improve your product.

 

Let’s get started.

To learn more about medical device components, fill out this short form and a Tapecon representative will follow up with you as quickly as possible. As a fifth-generation family business, we pride ourselves on being trusted manufacturing partners for our clients, and we look forward to working with you.

What Our Clients Say

Tapecon reviewed our proposed design and gave us prompt professional assistance.

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Great interaction and professionalism for a start-up product component.

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Good communication from customer service.

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What my company appreciates most is their flexibility should we need an order or a partial sooner than the due date at the time of order submission. These attributes make them stand out in their industry!

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