Modern welding technology for your medical devices and products.
The construction of many medical devices is too complex to create the entire product from a single mold. Ultrasonic welding is one of the manufacturing solutions for processes like this. Remington Medical stays current on the latest welding systems in the medical device industry.
Ultrasonic welding machines enable us to join multiple plastic components without solvents or adhesives. The process uses vibrations to create a weld at the joint between the separate plastic parts. This process is fast, efficient, and straightforward to repeat. It creates strong bonds and consumes little energy compared to other options. The time we save in operation means more savings we can pass on to your business.
Depending on your particular project or product, we might need to join many parts during assembly. Many options are available to resolve this issue and create durable connections within your devices. When we consult on the design of your products, we might consider mechanical fasteners, adhesives, or other chemical solvents.
The right selection depends on the intended use of your device and its requirements. You can rely on the team at Remington Medical to recommend the right solution for every situation. We have over 25 years of experience in medical manufacturing and a background that includes a broad range of medical device specialties.
A significant part of the advantages that come with using ultrasonic welding is the way energy is managed during the welding process. Assembly parts can be cycled through rapidly because the energy transferred in the weld is released quickly and limited to the immediate area of the joint, like a quick form of spot welding. This saves us time and money during assembly.
The ultrasonic assembly system can be altered quickly to adapt to different products. This type of flexibility is rare in medical manufacturing and assembly processes. This form of welding is accepted in industries ranging from automotive and communications to electronics and consumer products. It is a durable and valuable process for us at Remington Medical.
Remington Medical offers comprehensive product lifecycle management for all your devices.
We believe in transparency in all our practices and educating our clients on the processes we intend to use on their products. Ultrasonic welding applies high-frequency vibrations to two separate parts or surfaces. The actual welding occurs from the heat generated by those high-frequency vibrations. This process takes only a couple of seconds. It allows us to increase your production quantity and lower assembly costs.
The ultrasonic plastic welding process also requires no consumables, lowering the amount of raw materials needed during production. An ultrasonic assembly like this requires a small number of working parts, and their simple operation means they provide a long lifecycle. At Remington Medical, we take every opportunity to raise the quality of our production and lower the costs of our operations for the client. Ultrasonic welding is one of the processes that empowers us to do both.
Looking for an early prototype of your product?
We offer prototyping services to perfect your concept and design before we put anything into production.
Remington Medical goes above and beyond to guarantee your satisfaction with the products we create. You can come to us with a finished design or just the initial concept; either way, we find the solutions you’re looking for and deliver high-quality medical devices. Our facilities have 90,000 square feet of operating space to handle the scope of any project you have in mind.
We directly link your satisfaction to our success, and that line of thinking goes into every decision we make. Our team works everyday to maintain the balance between rapid production and the best quality control available in the medical device industry. To learn more about our manufacturing services and product solutions, contact Remington medical today.
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