Machining for the medical industry requires a variety of manufacturing and quality-related challenges. Whether it’s a development prototype or a high-volume production run, Darmark’s skilled manufacturing team and customer-first approach make our state-of-the-art facility ideal for your medical machining projects.
Why Choose Darmark For Medical Machining?
Darmark has worked with many medical device makers to improve their supply chains and customer experience. Our rapid prototyping services and flexible manufacturing model mean that we can take low volume jobs, then scale them up as needed. No matter how large or small the job is, we are committed to high quality every time. We have the required equipment to support your machined part needs. This includes a variety of CNC lathe, swiss-screw machines for small precision components, as well as varying sizes of 3-5 axis mills. This allows us to match up your part to the best machine for quality and efficiency.
We work with a variety of metals, including aluminum, titanium and stainless steel. We also have a wealth of experience working with various plastics such as delrin, teflon and ultem. It is important to align with a machining supplier who has worked with these materials since each one has its own characteristics and challenges. To support your project’s special requirements we have developed a strong vendor base to help with the post-machining metal finishing and precision cleaning.
Darmark is ISO9001 and AS9100 certified.. Our CNC machining experts and programmers can create premium parts and small and large production runs alike with great precision and the ideal materials, geometry, and size for your medical manufacturing needs.
Machining Services Available:
- CNC 3-5 Axis Milling
- CNC Turning
- Screw Machining
- Rapid Prototyping
- Reverse Engineering
- Automated Inspection with Data Collection
We have eight on-site CNC programmers who are ready to work on your project. To aid in these efforts, we can work with most industry-standard CAD files to create your prototype or large-scale production run.
Contact us today to speak to one of our manufacturing experts about your medical machining project!