Experts in Precision Laser Component Manufacturing

Medical

In no industry is precision more critical than in the medical device industry, where projects often involve unique requirements and challenges. Medical laser cutting processes provide the absolute accuracy necessary to medical and surgical parts, ranging from stents and bone shavers to vascular clips, and much in between.

Leaders in Medical Device Laser Processing

Plastic Stents 1 At Laserage, our precision tube cutting, laser machining, laser cutting, laser drilling, plastic cutting and other medical laser capabilities—including finishing and custom assemblies—are backed by over 35 years of experience. These extensive capabilities, available for nearly every medically-approved material, are counted on by medical OEMs worldwide.

In addition to our full core medical laser capabilities, we can provide ancillary processes, including heat setting, forming, Af testing, tumbling, micro-abrasive blasting, chemical processing and many others.

As leaders in medical device laser processing, we continue to make significant investments in purchasing, installing and maintaining the most advanced laser technologies and state-of-the-art motion control systems. All of our medical solutions are constantly reviewed and upgraded, maintaining the highest level of quality along with full compliance with all of the latest industry codes and mandates. Furthermore, our technologies are ever expanding, while remaining focused on the fabrication of smaller feature sizes, as well as increased precision capabilities.

Laserage’s engineers are true experts with years of experience in working with medical device OEMs, bringing extensive knowledge of Process Validations, including FAI, MSA, DOE, pFMEA, IQ/OQ/PQ and risk analysis. This, along with our technological and engineering expertise, means we can provide the best solutions to all medical end-product needs.

Medical Applications

  • Delivery systems
  • Stents
  • Vascular clips
  • Connectors
  • Valve frames
  • Introducers
  • Component welding
  • Bone reamers
  • Bone saws
  • Bone shavers
  • Embolic protection
  • Hones
  • Flexible shafts

Materials

  • Stainless Steels
  • Titanium
  • Nitinol
  • Nickel Alloys
  • Platinum Alloys
  • Magnesium Alloys
  • Niobium
  • Tantalum
  • Cobalt Chromium
  • L605
  • MP35N
  • PLGA
  • PLLA
  • PLDLA

Finishing Processes

Stent Manufacturing

Stent manufacturing applies to a wide variety of medical applications including cardiovascular applications, birth control, kidney stone pain control and esophageal and gastrointestinal uses. Each of these medical applications requires a precise design and technologically advanced manufacturing technique. Laserage Technology Corporation utilizes its broad based experience in stent manufacturing to serve clients worldwide.

We use the highest-grade stent materials and cutting, finishing and inspection techniques to provide customers with a solution to even the most challenging medical application. Our state-of-the-art stent production equipment (lasers, optics, positioning systems and CNC programs), along with the expertise of our engineering team, allows Laserage to meet your needs while maintaining a fine balance between quality and cost.

Additionally, our proficiency in Nitinol shape-setting and forming gives our clients an unmatched advantage in a competitive global ecosystem. Nitinol is increasingly becoming the material of choice in stent manufacturing, surgical applications, orthopedic implants and dentistry. Learn more about Stent Manufacturing in our eBook, The Evolution of Medical Stents.
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Orthopedic Components

As the medical industry continues to advance with new technologies and improved procedures, Laserage continues to adapt with the industry changes by providing cutting-edge services and laser capabilities. We’ve helped improve medical devices in a wide variety of orthopedic projects. The most common biomaterials in the orthopedic market include Ti and Ti alloys, Polymethylmethacrylate, alumina, zirconia and more. The importance of these material is to provide the proper resistance, strength and durability so that the medical devices can provide optimal treatment for patients.

Laserage offers a wide variety of laser welding capabilities for metal implant materials for the orthopedic industry. Some of our medical device capabilities include laser cutting, surface finishing, electro-polishing and micro-blasting. Our team of experts works hard to deliver optimal services to help improve devices used in the orthopedic industry each and every day.

Implantable Medical Devices

Laserage Technology Corporation can provide processing of your implantable medical device components from laser cutting to the finished component, including the intermediate steps that may include annealing, shape setting, micro-abrasive blasting, electropolishing and more.

When moving toward volume production, we offer a full-menu of Process Validation options to meet your FDA requirements, including DOE, pFMEA, FAI, MSA, IQ, OQ/PQ and reporting. Laser-machined Nitinol, stainless alloys, titanium alloys, cobalt chrome alloys, magnesium and bioabsorbable plastics, among others, are all laser cut using our state-of-the art systems.

If you desire finished components, our team of talented product engineers will work with you to achieve the highest quality component from R&D through volume production. for the most challenging geometries. Our tool box of lean management techniques utilizes Hoshin Kanri Planning, Kaizen, KanBan and Takt Time to continuously improve our processes and ensure the highest quality products, at competitive prices, with the best turnaround times.

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