Medical Machining: Precision CNC Machining of Medical Device Components

Precision CNC Swiss style machining is ideal for medical devices, components, and instruments that demand high-quality, meticulous precision and complex geometries. For medical CNC machining, think exceedingly small and sophisticated medical and surgical devices.

  • Biopsy Devices
  • Spine and Orthopedic Devices
  • Neurosurgery Devices 
  • Nerve Stimulation Devices
  • Electronic Medical Equipment
  • Surgical Instruments and Tools with Suction, Irrigation and/or Aspiration
  • Other Miniature Metal Device Parts and Components

As an ISO 13485 Certified, FDA Registered, and ITAR Registered collaborative contract manufacturer with precision CNC machining, subassembly, assembly and kitting expertise, GMI Corporation is a go-to partner for numerous global medical device OEMs that rely on exactness and end-to-end solutions.

When precision, tight tolerances, concentricity, surface finish and traceability matter most, OEMs trust the GMI team to deliver on time and within specification with each and every shipment. 

Customers within healthcare and medical device rely on GMI for precision turned components featuring difficult metals and requiring intricate detail and tight tolerances (±0.0002″ / +/-.00508mm).

With our ability to work with a wide range of materials, and a controlled environment suitable for sensitive applications such as sterile barrier packaging, in-house passivation, as well as, subassembly, assembly, and kitting services, we bridge the gap for OEMs with our end-to-end medical device manufacturing solutions. 

Swiss Machining for Medical Device

Our experienced machinists are well-equipped to tackle complex metal components. Specifically, looking for Swiss machining for your medical device? We feature over 40 Swiss turn-style lathes and Mazak multi-axis lathes with tolerance capabilities down to plus or minus two ten thousandths of an inch.

Many of our medical device OEMs note the following benefits when utilizing precision CNC machining for their tight-tolerance medical device metal parts and components.

  • No volume restrictions
  • Incomparable precision
  • Repeatability and consistency 
  • Seamless production
  • Intricate geometries
  • High-level of cleanliness
  • Surface finish capabilities 
  • Subassembly, assembly and kitting options

Healthcare and medical device OEMs rely on repeatable accuracy, hence the suitability of precision CNC machining. However, not every vendor operates to the highest standards. When precision and quality matter most, you need GMI on your side. At GMI, quality is not just a word, it’s the way we do business… 30 years and counting.

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