Assembly Manufacturing:
Fixtures, Special Assembly Machinery and Tooling

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Fixtures and Special Assembly Machinery

Our in-house facilities are fully equipped to support manufacturing—whether that means building simple assembly fixtures or complex assembly stations. Our engineering technicians are journeyman toolmakers—precision craftsmen who are capable of managing the most unique project, from start to finish. They join the project development team at the project’s outset and work as an integral part of the team, minimizing the time from development to full manufacturing. Their in-depth knowledge of each piece of assembly equipment and our in-house facility allows them to maintain the medical manufacturing operation at peak operational efficiency.

Freudenberg Medical – Minimally Invasive Solutions’ engineering technicians design and fabricate fixtures ranging from simple handheld mechanical aids for product development and manufacturing, to sophisticated fixtures or machines with pneumatic and PLC control systems. All can be developed, debugged and assembled with quick turnaround times to meet customer needs. We draw upon local industry strength and expertise in state-of-the-art technologies such as CNC machining, wire and conventional EDM, micro machining and laser cutting.

We create tooling and fixture prints, assembly drawings, and 3D models for fixture needs through the use of our solid modeling and finite element analysis programs; this process allows us to provide our customers with fast and timely responses to all situations.

Mold Tooling

Freudenberg Medical Minimally Invasive Solutions’ design and manufacturing engineering talent manages this region’s substantial and diverse network of resources and maintains flexibility to keep the customer’s needs for speed, quality and cost the top priority. Each mold is designed and produced from the finest components under the close scrutiny of our product design team. Certificates of compliance are required for all tool steels and all plastic components are subjected to mold flow analyses prior to mold construction. Each mold is run in a state-of-the-art facility with validated processes, stored in a controlled environment and subjected to a preventative maintenance program.