The medical equipment manufacturing or biomedical devices industry is one of the stringent industries, which leaves no room for errors. The medical parts need to be designed to exact specifications. This is because they are used in various lifesaving equipment at hospitals and healthcare facilities. These equipment are used to treat and save human lives. A lot of it is also used in diagnosis. At Brogan & Patrick, we specialize in precision medical machining processes, which allow us to machine parts with high precision measurements and tight tolerances. Our ISO 9001:2015 facility features several advanced CNC machines capable of creating components with tight tolerances.
Precision Medical Machining Capabilities
We have successfully delivered several complex CNC machined components used in medical equipment. Our extensive CNC machining capabilities have helped us stay true to our commitment to delivering quality parts and keep up with the deadlines.
- CNC Turning and Milling: We get requests for machining parts with complex geometries. Our machinists rely on CNC turning and milling centers to meet these part machining requirements and assures for special handling.
- Cryogenic Deburring: We perform this machining at extremely low temperatures. This is a computer-controlled technique that helps improve consistency and accuracy.
- Secondary Machining Services: We offer secondary machining services, such as engraving, etching, polishing, coating, and so on. These secondary machining services help improve the aesthetic appeal and finishing of components.
Materials We Work With
Most applications in the medical industry have demanding and stringent requirements regarding thermoplastic materials. Keeping this in mind, we have developed our machining capabilities to meet these requirements. The following are a few common materials we regularly work with.
Custom Machined Parts for Medical Devices
We specialize in precision dental machining and regularly machine the following CNC machined components used in medical equipment.
- Hydraulic Components
Why Precision Medical Machining is Important
Precision medical machining service offers an array of benefits when done precisely. Medical industry OEMs have best utilized the following features of this machining type.
- Medical equipment are equipped with parts of the highest precision. Precision medical machining allows us to create parts that not only meet the requirements of medical device OEMs but also performance requirements.
- Medical parts precision machining help create complex parts for use in robotics or laser equipment, which are used for surgeries.
- Medical parts are built of specialized materials that can meet the standards of safety, durability, and non-reactiveness. Our precision medical machining services allow us to skillfully transform these materials into parts with complex part geometries.
- Precision machining allows us to custom design parts for a precise fit.
Why Partner with Brogan & Patrick for Medical CNC Machining in Wisconsin
There are few CNC machining service providers specializing in precision medical machining, and we have carved a niche in custom machined parts for medical devices. So, we have the edge over our competitors. Our market expertise and in-depth knowledge of stringent machining requirements have helped us keep going all these years. Our clients are set to benefit in the following ways by partnering with us.
- We provide custom machining of medical parts, which helps us meet the exact specifications.
- Precision medical machining is our capability and that allows us to create components with tolerances up to ±0005.
- We use calibrated tooling equipment, which allows us to create custom tooling for your unique medical CNC machining projects.
- We can manage the prototyping of small and large parts. Our experts work closely with clients in the early stages to ensure the components are built to the exact specifications.
- Our experts perform all phases of CNC machining onsite, including tooling and fixturing, which helps deliver the highest quality parts.
- We use advanced CAD/CAM systems to produce the most elaborate part chemistries.
- All parts are built to Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) compliance.