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Industries & Applications

Medical

Automated Assembly & Test Solutions For
Meeting the Demands of the Medical Device Industry

Tooling Tech Group offers a perfect manufacturing solution for meeting the demands of the medical device industry.

Our systems are designed to quickly automate processes and build accuracy, reliability, repeatability and consistency into manufacturing processes as well as being Clean Room ISO 8 compliant. Plus, these standard, modular work cells get manufacturers up and running with production of medical equipment in no time. These work cells can easily be programmed to automate processes such as dispensing, sorting, welding, fastening or testing of medical supplies and biomedical devices.

Plus, we offer MOLD & DIE TOOLING:  FLEXBASE systems, combined with Tooling Tech Group’s mold, die and tooling capability, enable medical companies to turn to one source for many of their manufacturing needs. For example, we’ve made thermoform tools for MRI machine and dental chair covers and blow molds for plastic bottles and reservoirs.

 

Featuring
Medical & Biomedical Uses

Devices & Testing

  • ECMO Machines
  • MRI Machines
  • Respirators
  • Test Kits
  • Bag Valve Masks
  • Goggles
  • N95 Masks

Equipment

  • Dental Chairs
  • Hospital Beds
  • Hospital Cleaning Machinery - scrubbers, sweepers, vacuums
  • Mobile Workstations

Mortuary Equipment

  • Body Bags
  • Coffins
  • Cremation Units
Usage Example
Emergency & Disaster Relief Bed

Near the start of the Covid 19 crisis, Tooling Tech Group was contacted by long-time customers Trienda and Penda regarding their need for thermoform tooling to produce Emergency & Disaster Relief Beds. 

Normally serving the automotive industry, the companies were collaborating to provide much-needed hospital beds.  To address this situation, TTG manufactured and delivered the bed base and backrest molds within 10 days instead of the typical 5-6 weeks. This fast response allowed the two companies to quickly move toward their goal of producing 3,000 beds per day at the Penda facility near Madison, WI, a 300,000 sq. ft. facility, which was retooled for this project.