We the staff of Prepco take pride in our ability to help customers from start to finish with medical device component manufacturing. Regardless of where your company is in development of your medical component, we can help you. Our services include:
Medical Component Process Development – Prepco’s Engineering team has extensive experience in taking your design from concept to production. We’ll design a cost effective manufacturing process for use in one of our environmentally controlled clean rooms, utilizing our team of highly trained technicians.
Medical Component Product and Process Validation
Proving your product consistently functions as intended can be a time (and money) consuming process. As a Prepco is a leading medical device contract manufacturing company, our engineers have the expertise to design a testing plan that will meet your requirements and get the product to market as soon as possible.
Medical Device Prototype and Short Run Development
We are willing to assist with your early development and production needs when volumes are small. This may include prototypes, design verification, and small volume production runs. Our medical device contract manufacturing company also has the resources to ramp up production and provide you with high volumes as your volumes grow.
Catheter Tipping Tooling & Medical Device Automation In-House
Prepco, Inc. has in-house resources to produce most of the tooling and automation used for your project. We will design, build, and implement your small machines and fixtures as well as larger automated equipment that are cost effective and timely. We maintain and repair our own machines with our in house engineering staff as this cuts downtime.
In-house ink formulation to fit your specific needs based on material and application
Band marking Encapsulated and embedded marker
Medical device notching, cutting and tip forming
Catheters from 1F to 42F
Round hole punching in any Configuration and Size
RF tip forming single and multi-lumen
Custom-configured tip and shaft segments
Highly-concentric, thin-wall, large-diameter shafts
Medical Device Molding
Technology for joining shaft segments of dissimilar diameters, materials, or reinforcement
Custom over molding
Custom colors and compounding
Insertion Injection Molding
Multi-extrusion Hub Molding
Tooling & Automation In-House
Ultraviolet Cure Solvents