The manufacture of insulin devices requires knowledge not just of the likely drug interactions with the body of the device, but also with the other polymers, metals, membranes, and drive mechanisms incorporated in the device allowing it to function repeatedly and with the required longevity.

In most Insulin delivery programs, the annual disposable volumes are extremely high, and overall project costs are driven by a combination of material cost, material scrap, and mold and process cycle times. To ensure long term return on the investment in molding for such devices, knowledge and experience with both micro molding and tooling is critical. MES provides this expertise, and in respect of insulin delivery devices, is also capable of providing the sort of surface finish typically only seen on microfluidic chips that is critical to the successful fluidic design of insulin delivery.