Medical Device Covers

Manufacturing low volume medical device covers can be done cost effectively using RIM molding and PUR (polyurethane material systems).

If you are designing devices that need large format parts, parts with varying wall sections or you need a complete enclosure, RIM can meet all of your needs.

Low volume part runs can be expensive in other technologies such as traditional injection molding or structural foam (tooling).

With RIM you get the repeatability and look of injection molding but with lower part and tooling costs.

The quick tool lead times also allow to move your device market quicker.

The array of PUR materials available in RIM also allow you to make dramatic design statements including molded in features, deep draws, varying wall sections and complex countouring with your cover designs, something thermoforming and traditional injection molding simply can't offer.

More about RIM for Medical Device Covers at Thieme USA

Medical Device Covers

THIEME Corporation
3605 Swenson Avenue
St. Charles, IL 60174

Phone +1-630-513-1666
Fax     +1-630-513-1999