Medical Device Contract Manufacturer Connecticut. The medical device sector in Connecticut is one where precision and quality are of foremost importance. Medical providers across the country require parts and materials that they know will be reliable and accurate. In some situations, they will require high volume orders, as certain products are disposable in order to fight infectious disease and keep high standards of cleanliness. Most importantly, they need these orders to be on time and within budget.
Roberson Tool is an experienced contract manufacturer in Connecticut that is proud to serve the medical device sector across the nation. We provide all manner of machining, milling, and turning services and work with all manner of materials. No job is too great or too small–we can handle any size production run. Our extensive prototyping capability will assist your business in future projects as well. Centrally located with 15 years of experience and operating out of a fully company-owned facility, Roberson Tool is the ideal source for your Connecticut medical device contract manufacturing needs. Talk to our staff today online, or call us at 573-646-3996.
Why Contract Manufacturing?
The medical business is one that mandates many custom parts and components, as well as many unique challenges. Factors like seasonal demand cycles, a need for high production quantities due to many parts being single-use, and high start-up costs mean that many Connecticut medical firms face a choice when ordering parts or prototypes for new devices.
Working with a top medical device contract manufacturer allows Connecticut businesses of any size to solve these problems and gives them with an affordable and top-quality solution. Some of the many benefits of Connecticut medical device contract manufacturing are:
- Savings – This is not just limited to costs, either. Working with an outside medical device machining firm frees up room at your Connecticut facility for other uses, as well as eliminates the need for additional labor.
- Consistency – You need your Connecticut medical device products to be built to precise quality control standards. As an ISO certified contract machine shop, Roberson Tool is driven to provide the highest standard of reliability and consistency. We not only offer documentation and test information that proves our parts are constructed to the tightest tolerances, we can also work with your own quality assurance department to guarantee that your standards are being reached as well.
- Scalability – We know that demands and circumstances can change quickly in Connecticut. Today’s specifications and product run may end up being a small part of what you’ll actually need. Connecticut contract manufacturing deals wtih this by being able to change production numbers as quickly as you need them. You will not need to be concerned about purchasing new equipment or hiring new employees in Connecticut: Roberson Tool fixes all your production needs.
- Advanced equipment – Buying your own CNC machining equipment is a sizable expense, and there’s no guarantee that it will still be the highest technology even a couple years ahead. At Roberson Tool, we make regular improvements to our machinery so you can always get products manufactured on the latest and highest technology CNC equipment available. Not only does this allow you to have access to top-quality machinery, it also bolsters the quality of your parts: newer CNC machine tools can build parts and prototypes to tighter tolerances than ever before.
- Unlimited possibilities – Computerized, automated machining processes such as CNC machining have completely changed the game in manufacturing. Now parts can be constructed in sizes, shapes, and using materials previously not thought possible. Our veteran crew can work with you to create and revise your parts using the latest CNC machining technology.
CNC Machining For The Medical Sector
The medical sector in Connecticut is a large and complex system of interconnected firms that all necessitate specialized concern when manufacturing parts. Some medical devices are designed for a single use, as that helps reduce the risk of infection. Other parts, like stents, catheters, and medical-grade screws or pins, are small and highly specialized–some as small as 50 microns in size. Moreover, Connecticut medical manufacturing requires extremely tight tolerances and accurate measurements–poor workmanship or poor quality control can quite truly be the difference between life and death.
CNC machining and manufacturing, therefore, is an excellent solution for the Connecticut medical industry. As the entire CNC milling and turning process is computer-controlled, parts are made with excellent consistency and to exacting standards. Medical firms in Connecticut use CNC machined parts in multiple applications, including:
- Medical implants (hip and shoulder replacements, ankle implants, etc.)
- Complex internal and replacement parts for medical machinery such as ultrasounds, diagnostic monitoring equipment, and MRI/CT scanners
- Surgical tools
- Lighting equipment
- Safety enclosures and mounting hardware for monitoring equipment
Roberson Tool – Your Ultmate Connecticut Medical Device Contract Manufacturer
With more than 15 years’ experience, Roberson Machine Company has assisted many Connecticut firms with their contract machining needs. We own our entire facility, building and lot. This means that while other Connecticut machine shops need to regularly pay rent, we utilize that money instead to regularly update and improve our CNC machining equipment. Centrally located for rapid delivery times and transportation to major markets, Roberson Tool can produce parts and tools, built to your exact standards, and in any amount. We also specialize in prototyping and services like deburring, engraving, and welding that add immense value to your Connecticut medical device contract manufacturing project.
Our experienced team is ready to partner with you not just as a Connecticut contract manufacturer, but for all your medical device machining needs. Talk to us by calling 573-646-3996, by filling out our online contact form, or you can request a quote.