medical & health device components mold maker:Vacuum Blood Collection System,Lab Consumables…

medical device mold making

medical & health device components mold making is our another main section as to the business, and our mold building service includes:

Lab Consumables mold category:

  1. Culture Plate
  2. Syringe
  3. Cell Bottle
  4. Centrifugation Tube / Tube Rack
  5. Tip/Tip Box
  6. Test Tube
  7. Test Tube Rack
  8. Tube Stopper
  9. Colorimetric Cup
  10. Sample Cup

Vacuum Blood Collection System mold category:

  1. Gel&Clot Activator Tube
  2. EDTA Tube
  3. Micro Blood Collection Tube
  4. ESR Rack

 Medical Nursing Ware mold category:

  1. Vaginal Speculum
  2. Anus Speculum
  3. Bite-Block
  4. Mouth Piece for Endoscope

our medical and health device mold building includes new is apparent that automation is not a new thing. It is not an innovation; it is an evolution. Automation has been developing in plastic injection mold industry for many years, although it has been only in the last few years that there has been a pronounced effort by both small and large industry to automate.

medical mold

As more and more industries increase the degree of automation in their respective plants, there will be a continuing effort along the following lines:

  • Individual injection molding machine units will be connected by automatic handling mechanisms.
  • Provision will be made for stockpiling between machine units.
  • More and more safety controls will be integrated with the medical device molding equipment. These will notify the operator, letting him know what to do if trouble occurs.
  • Operators will cease to function as operators, but will be utilized in the capacity of patrolmen.Instead of moving parts from one injection molding machine to another and manipulating machine controls, they will merely patrol the production line, watching for signs of impending trouble.Obviously, these men will be considerably more trained than production operators.
  • Maintenance and preventative maintenance procedure will be more important and will require upgraded personnel; however, normal maintenance, such as lubrication, will be done automaticallv.
  • Automatic inspection will be integrated with the automated process.
  • Equipment will automatically eject defective work and feed back the necessary adjustment information to the process to prevent subsequent rejects.

Thus, the machines will have “toolometers” to tell the machine operator when to change medical device molds. Industries that have found it easier to automate are the process type. For example, in the typical steam electric plant, we have a high degree of automation. Here, the generator plant is started and shut down by automatic control; trouble is automatically sensed and corrective action taken.

sheet rolling mill

Another familiar example of an automated process is the continuous sheet rolling mill. Here, automatic controls govern all the steps from the time the billet enters the furnace and passes through the succeeding rolling mills until the final sheet is coiled at the end of the line. In order to make a conversion to a different size of sheet, new input data in the form of punched cards or tape is introduced in the controller. The roll speed and pressure is corrected automatically, the temperature is checked automatically and corrected if necessary, and the thickness of the sheet is gaged automatically to assure it is being produced to specifications.

medical device moldingIt has been estimated that automation will eventually be applied to about 20 per cent of all medical device molds manufacturing operations in the metal-working industries. Perhaps the most fertile area for complete automation will be to fabricators of plastic products such as toys, kitchenware, and household utensils.

The size of the medical device molds building plant has little bearing on the automation possibilities. A plant employing 300 persons may have just as much or more potential toward automation than a plant employing 3,000. The important criteria is to develop sufficient volume of a given design to justify the installation of an automated process. In general, it is probably less expensive to achieve automation by acquiring entirely new production equipment than to modify existing facilities.