MRPC recently released a new overview sheet highlighting their molded part design and tooling capabilities for implantable medical device components, those meant for long-term implementation inside the human body.
MRPC began manufacturing implantables in 2008, when they built their first Class 7 (10,000) cleanroom. This room is dedicated to molding both thermoplastic and liquid silicone rubber (LSR) implantable materials. Adding a Class 7 cleanroom to the facilities allowed MRPC to shift additional focus onto implantable devices, a process that demands traceability, repeatability and consistency from molders.
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