OKAY Industries announces the addition of plastic molding and insert molding to its custom manufacturing capabilities.

New Britain, CT – OKAY Industries, a contract manufacturer of components and subassemblies for global medical device original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), is pleased to announce the addition of plastic molding and insert molding to its custom manufacturing capabilities. These new, in-house processes at the company’s New Britain, CT and Alajuela, Costa Rica facilities allow OKAY to further integrate its production operations, improving efficiency and manufacturing continuity while reducing lead times.

“We are excited to introduce these new processes to our already robust manufacturing capabilities,” stated Sean Stowik, Director of Sales and Marketing at OKAY Industries. “While there is a clear value in quality, as components never leave the strict compliance standards of our own facilities, this service also allows us to expand the way we support customers, furthering our customer-centric approach to part design, manufacturability and production.”

As part of the expansion, OKAY Industries has invested in both horizontal and rotary vertical molding machines, as well as additional automation systems, inspection equipment and advanced quality control technologies. The vertical integration of plastic molding and insert molding improves quality control, reduces supply chain risks and supports cost control initiatives.

Plastic molding and insert molding are increasingly common processes in many medical devices. With unique design flexibilities, plastic molding processes are often used on parts used for surgical, endoscopic, laparoscopic and ligation applications.

OKAY’s insert and two-shot insert molding production capability, combined with multi-cavity and small shot molding capabilities, allows for highly efficient production of medical and surgical components that require tight tolerance and/or difficult-to-intricate part geometries, reducing secondary operations, increasing flexibility of design and allowing for an increased variety of shapes, styles and options. OKAY Industries currently produces a wide range of metal tubes, shafts, blades, and other components to be insert molded.

“The addition of plastics to our metal tube forming, laser tube cutting, and precision stamping and machining operations allows us to provide fully-integrated manufacturing of parts for many highly-precise medical applications,” stated Stowik. “We are pleased to expand the ways we deliver value to our customers and are ready to help solve design challenges and support supply chain continuity and cost controls with these new plastic capabilities.”

Contact OKAY Industries at https://okayind.com/ to learn more.

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