Choosing the Right Partner is Imperative
You likely already know outsourcing the creation of your medical device can help you save money, ensure standards are upheld, and free up your team to focus on critical business activities. With differing levels of complexity and demands for medical devices on the market, how do you know which medical machining company will fulfill your needs?
When looking for a medical machining company, it’s important to take your time evaluating your choices and ensure the team will meet your specific needs. Partnering with the wrong company can lead to increased lead times and even put your business at risk if parts are not manufactured correctly. If you’re looking to bring a medical device to market, consider this list of qualities and values before signing on with a manufacturing company.
Qualities to Look for in a Medical Machining Company
Experience is one of the most crucial qualities you must look for in a medical machining company. Medical parts must be manufactured with the tightest tolerances or your crucial device could fail. With so much on the line, you’ll want a medical machining company with decades of knowledge.
Cameron Manufacturing & Design has been in business since 1983 and has extensive experience in creating accurate machined parts for various industries, including the medical field. Our numerous capabilities help you with your part from initial concept to final product.
Turnkey Manufacturing Abilities
Turnkey manufacturing means one company oversees all steps of the manufacturing process. This includes creating initial designs, making the part, and installing it. With all operations under one roof, it leaves less room for delays, resulting in a more cost-effective process for you.
At Cameron Manufacturing & Design, we offer a range of services to fulfill your organization’s needs. When you need engineering design, custom machining, fabrication, metal finishing, or installation services, our team will be there to support you.
When your prospective medical machining company has industry certifications, it shows their dedication to creating accurate, reliable products. We keep two important industry certifications that help us dependably create high-quality products for our customers.
Our ISO 9001 certification sets criteria for our quality management systems. It’s based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, and continual improvement. We also hold an ISO 14001 certification that maps the framework that our company follows for our effective environmental management system.
Proven Quality Assurance Processes
You’ll want to work with a company that has dedicated processes to ensure your products are of the highest quality. Cameron Manufacturing & Design uses high-tech Creaform quality control equipment to scan our machined parts and ensure quality. The equipment we use in-house includes the MetraSCAN750 Elite, HandyPROBE Next Elite, and MaxSHOT 3D. These feed directly into our VXinspect and VXmodel software to accurately measure all scanned parts and pair seamlessly with our CAD software.
This equipment allows us to perform geometric and freeform inspections on all of our custom machined, fabricated, and welded parts, from sizes of 12 inches or less to more than 30 feet. Using this process, we continuously verify the quality of our custom machining services and ensure that each finished part matches your exact design specifications.
Work with Cameron Manufacturing & Design for Your Medical Part Needs
With almost four decades of experience, Cameron Manufacturing & Design is now a service provider to thousands of clients nationwide. As an employee-owned company, each of our skilled employees feels a personal need to ensure the best quality products leave our facility. Since our inception, the backbone of our metal manufacturing company has been quality workmanship, on-time delivery, and a desire for unmatchable customer service.
Our Horseheads, New York location features a facility with more than 155,000 square feet of manufacturing space; more than 20,000 square-feet is dedicated to indoor storage for raw materials, inventory, and works in progress. This location also features a secured building dedicated to proprietary products and fabrications that require special treatment. We also have an 18,000-square-foot fabrication plant in Orlando, Florida. This facility provides custom fabrication services such as machining, tubing, welding, sheet metal fabrication, CAD-CAM software, stamping, and more. Both facilities are more than capable of servicing your medical device needs.
Contact Us to Get Started
Whether you need single prototypes or large production runs, our experienced employees will quickly respond to your needs. If you’re ready to start your medical machining process, we’re ready to help. Contact one of our helpful team members today.