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Mikrotech, LLC

5811 99th Ave.
Kenosha, 
WI  53144  us
Tel: 262/857-5128
Fax: 262/857-2244


Medical Micro Manufacturing Solutions

Full Service Micro Manufacturing

Mikrotech is a leading full service micro manufacturer of custom designed components and subassemblies for medical devices used in minimally invasive surgery (MIS). The company’s micromanufacturing processes overcome the limitations of established technologies, enabling MIS device designers and manufacturers to and design and fabricate smaller components with more complex features and higher precision tolerances. Mikrotech offers a comprehensive range of services to support MIS designers and manufacturers in all phases of the product development cycle: micromachining, micromolding, insert micromolding, micro subassembly, and design and manufacturing engineering assistance.

Micromachining

Micromachining from Mikrotech utilizes best-in-class multi-axis CNC and Swiss Screw equipment for prototype and low volume production.  Our micromachining equipment is specifically designed for micromachining and has twice the precision as conventional machining equipment.  The technology enables medical device designers and manufacturers to obtain precision high quality components with features as small as .0008 in (.020 mm) and take a solid model or CAD drawing to finished product in two to four weeks.  Contact Mikrotech to learn more about design and manufacturing MIS devices utilizing micromachining.

  • Accurately machine components weighing less than 0.1 g (.0035 oz.)
  • Dimensional tolerances of +/- .005 mm (.0002 in.)
  • Maintain wall thicknesses as low as .08 mm (.003 in.)
  • Vapor polishing and deburring
  • Materials: ABS, PEEK, PAI (Torlon), PMMA, PPS, PTFE and glassed-filled materials including LCP and PEI (Ultem)
  • Implantable and non-implantable.

Micromolding

Micromolding from Mikrotech utilizes best-in-class plastic injection molding equipment for prototype to high volume production. Our micromolding equipment is specifically designed for micromolding and has twice the precision and repeatability as conventional molding equipment. It enables Mikrotech to achieve tolerance targets on complex components that conventional molders cannot maintain and streamline the manufacturing process to create a more robust and reliable design for manufacturing.  Contact Mikrotech to learn more about design and manufacturing MIS devices utilizing micromolding

  • Accurately mold components weighing less than 0.1 g (.0035 oz.)
  • Dimensional tolerances of +/- .005 mm (.0002 in)
  • Maintain wall thicknesses as low as .08 mm (.003 in.)
  • Shot-to-shot volume consistency of .001 cm3
  • Runner weight less than 0.25 g
  • Materials: LCP, PC, PP, PEEK, PEI, PMP, PPS, PSU, TPU, TPE
  • Implantable and non-implantable
  • Registered ISO Class 7 clean room

Insert micromolding

  • Battenfeld Microsystem 50
  • Materials: Platinum iridium, stainless steel, titanium, tungsten
  • Reduce complex secondary operations, such as bonding and welding, and increase production yields
  • Registered ISO Class 7 clean room

Micro subassembly

  • Automated and semi-automated equipment
  • In-house automation design and fabrication
  • Project management
  • Fabrication, machining & welding
  • Complete on–site service department
  • ISO 9001 certified

Plastic design and manufacturing engineering assistance

  • In-house design and manufacturing engineering team
  • Advanced design tools
    • SolidWorks
    • SmarTeam (PDM)
    • Moldflow
    • GearTrax
    • CosmosWorks

Mikrotech has an experienced engineering team with a focused understanding of medical devices used in minimally invasive surgery (MIS). We have the ability to help reduce the complexity of manufacturing MIS devices through the process of reducing or eliminating processes that 1) use expensive machined components; 2) require highly skilled labor (artisans) using a microscope; and 3) require complex secondary operations to assemble them. Micromanufacturing technology can be an excellent lower-cost alternative to designing and manufacturing components and subassemblies for MIS devices.

Read our white paper on micromolding as a cost-effective alternative to micromachining.