Medical

Medical Applications

The medical industry uses a wide range of large-footprint, highly-sophisticated equipment that is ideal for composite and engineered plastics cabinetry and enclosures. CORE Molding Technologies provides a unique mix of materials, processes and geographic locations needed to exceed the expectations of a variety of medical products manufacturers. CORE’s ability to produce parts using a variety of processes from a variety of locations makes CORE the right choice for your medical product needs.

Sanitary Construction
Integration of Multiple Components
Sanitary Construction Mobile

Thermoset and thermoplastic products can be formulated with antimicrobial and other additives to comply with industry standards such as NSF-51, UL HB94 and FDA compliance, for food-grade use and applications exposed to bacteria. In addition, as a corrosion-resistant material, plastics can be easily washed and sanitized with chemicals and heat.

Integration of Multiple Components

Combining multiple components into fewer parts reduces complexity and lowers assembly and labor costs in your operations.  CORE can apply our design and engineered plastics expertise to help you eliminate cost by developing designs that integrate multiple components into a single molded part.

Application Specific Materials
Application Specific Materials

Unlike providers with only one material or process to offer, CORE has a variety of materials to meet the specific needs of your product.  With both thermoset and thermoplastic capabilities, the expertise to specially formulate materials for your particular performance requirements, and a range of processes to fit your program parameters, CORE can customize a solution perfectly suited to meet your needs.

Large Press Expertise
Low Conductivity
Large Press Expertise

CORE operates some of the highest tonnage compression and low-pressure injection molding presses in North America. These assets enable our customers to design large surface area, deep draw parts without the need for secondary assembly.

Low Conductivity

The low electrical conductivity of composites and engineered plastics provides a benefit over traditional metals in application environments where spurious electrical currents and interference from electronic devices need to be managed.

Program Support
Program Support

CORE has experience supporting programs of all types, from prototype through serial production. Whether your program launches with First Article Inspection (FAI) or a fully-developed Run-at-Rate PPAP approval, we have the talent, systems, and expertise to handle it. Using rigorous APQP processes in a Phase Gate approach, we turnkey the entire tooling development and production approval process. You can count on CORE for an on-time, flawless program launch.