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Projects: Micro Molding

Single Dose Powder Inhaler

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The DoseOne™ Single Dose Powder Inhaler is human factor-ready and API tested for Actives in several molecule sizes. Patented in several embodiments, our technology enables two different powder drugs to be simultaneously released with the same inhalation. With five total parts, it is currently designed for scalability and economic validation and manufacturing.   Micro Engineering… Read More »

Brains Response to Motion – Case Study

ISSUE: a client of ours needed a fly plate designed with micro components that they could attach a fly to in order to continue their research DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: Researchers wanted ot study fruit fly brains to get a better understanding of human brains. They needed a device to hold the fly in place in order… Read More »

Micro Parts to Market FASTER – Case Study

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ISSUE: Insulin Delivery Client needed 2 silicone parts molded in just 3 days! DESCRIPTION OF WHAT THEY NEEDED: Thin wall silicone bellows, liquid injection molded, <0.010″ wall thickness MES SOLUTION: We fabricated 2 injection molds, molded both in LIM, delivered to client in 3 DAYS!  

Thin Wall High Aspect Ratio Micro Molding

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The CEO of MES, Donna Bibber, has created a powerpoint presentation of various thin-walled, high aspect ratio, micro-molded medical and pharmaceutical device images for you to view. When working with these parts, some of the important things to remember are: • Ultra precision tooling is required to allow extremely balanced flow, which is critical to… Read More »

Ophthalmic/Intraocular Implants – Case Study

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Due to the fact that they are inserted into the extremely sensitive eye area, ophthalmic and intraocular implants present huge challenges in respect of parting lines and surface finish because of the stringent comfort (compliance) required for them to be worn or implanted. As anyone who wears contact lenses knows, it is extremely bothersome to… Read More »

Insulin Delivery – Case Study

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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… Read More »