Our micro injection molding solutions for minimally invasive procedures
Micro-dimensional tubing and molded parts for procedures that protect the patient
The popularity of minimally invasive procedures continues to increase significantly. Therefore, the miniaturization of molded parts and complete groups of components is becoming more and more important in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors. Hardly any other trend has developed so rapidly in recent years. The method that protects the patient, in which the smallest interventions suffice to restore the patient’s health, ensures not only higher patient acceptance, but also a rapid recovery.
Why RAUMEDIC is your partner for micro injection molding
As a developer and producer of polymer solutions, RAUMEDIC works with a special focus on constantly optimizing the parts produced with micro injection molding for minimally invasive procedures that protect the patient.
Despite micro dimensions, micro injection molded parts are subject to the strictest requirements in connection with tolerance, undercuts, surfaces, and complexity.
Besides micro injection molding, micro extrusion also distinguishes us as a manufacturer of the highest quality medical engineering in the micro range. RAUMEDIC extrudes micro tubing from high-temperature thermoplastics and from the common materials PUR and polyamide.
Get complete groups of components from one source
- Micro injection molding
- Micro extrusion
- Micro assembly
Features & Benefits
- Part weight from 0.004 g to 1 g
- High-temperature thermoplastics such as PEEK, PEI and PSU
We see it as our mission and calling to meet the strictest customer requirements. For this reason, all phases and processes must be specifically geared toward micro injection molding:
- Material selection
- Micro injection molding machine with corresponding peripherals
- Measurement technology
- Packaging equipment
Therefore, we produce products with part weights of 0.004 g to 1 g. Here too, a variety of thermoplastics are used up to and including high-temperature thermoplastics such as PEEK and PSU, as well as silicone.
The goal is to support the well-being of the patient at all times and make the most cutting-edge medical engineering technology available to physicians.