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MDI--Molded Devices Inc. 740 W. Knox Road Tempe, Arizona 85284 Phone: 800-658-9188 Fax: 480-893-3450 E-mail: Web:


Year Founded: 1963

Number of Employees: 300

Number of Facilities: 9 - AZ, CA, TX, WI, OH, PA, NY and Mexico

Certifications: ISO 9001 & 13485; FDA registered


MDI has been serving major medical device manufacturers and their contract manufactures worldwide for over 30 years. Operating from nine different manufacturing facilities strategically located across the United States, MDI has the reach, resources and purchasing leverage necessary to provide you with the competitive advantages necessary to beat your competition.

Whether you are looking to purchase parts from our vast inventory of proprietary products or develop and launch a brand new product of your own, we will be there with skills and support every step of the way. MDI offers expertise in plastic and rubber processing including dip molding, dip coating and injection molding. Offering clean environment dip molding, ISO 13485 certification and contract manufacturing, MDI has the expertise necessary to get your products from concept to market in a timely and efficient manner.


* Nasal Cannulas

* Tracheal Cannulas

* French Cuffs

* Medical Balloons

* Endotracheal Tubes

* Sensor Covers

* Distal Balloons

* Endoscopy Biopsy

* Implant Covers

* Cranial Neck Seals


Major Processes:

* Assembly

* Dip Coating

* Dip Molding

* Injection Molding

* Proto-typing

* Powder coating

* Rubber dip molding

Product Development:

* Design assistance

* Expert DFX Analysis

* Rapid Proto-typing

Quality Management:

* IQ/OQ/PQ Protocols

* Automated Inspection

* Records--LHR, DHR & DMR

* Real Time SPC

Dip molding probably isn't a term that readily comes to mind when surgeons begin complicated procedures. Yet without this sophisticated, highly controllable process, many medical devices used daily in hospitals could not meet stringent certification requirements. Although dip molding has been around for decades, many design engineers and manufacturers are unaware of the full scope of its capabilities and possibilities.

Dip molding is a process wherein mandrels or cores are dipped into a polymer to form the geometry of a product. The process can create non-slip, cushioned gripping surfaces. It can also make surfaces that protect against abrasion and corrosion, provide electrical insulation, and enhance a product's appearance for sales appeal.

The integration of custom plastic injection molding and other customized services address our clients' individual needs, while the economy of scale provided by our large production capability can create exceptional value on larger orders.

Choose MDI as your partner in manufacturing.

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Date:Dec 15, 2017
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