Minnesota Rubber and Plastics combines superior component design expertise with world class lean assembly and test capabilities in facilities across the globe.
With a specific focus on complex medical device assembly in our ISO certified clean room environments, we are confident we can be your trusted partner for the most difficult medical device challenges.
The largest medical device manufacturers trust Minnesota Rubber and Plastics with their most complex assembly challenges
Whether it is a new product development or a move of existing business, we have the technical and operational team to flawlessly execute the launch of your medical device assembly programs. We couple world class design, lean and project engineers with a best in class stage gate process to ensure a seamless and worry free project.
All Your Component Needs Under One Roof
Minnesota Rubber and Plastics prides itself on its rich history (75 years to be exact) of integrated component and assembly solutions. We provide in house rubber, liquid silicone rubber (LSR), and Plastic molding. Furthermore, we can combine all of these materials into innovative over-molds to optimize your overall assembly program.
Global manufacturing gives you more options
Your custom medical device assemblies can be manufactured at any one of several locations we have around the world: United States, Mexico and China. Our worldwide manufacturing facilities operate under strict ISO guidelines including ISO 13485, ISO-TS 16949, and ISO 9000. These facilities operate under a corporate-wide Environmental Management System registered to the International Standards Organization series ISO-14001.
We wrote this for design engineers because you don’t have time to become a rubber or plastics expert. That’s our job.
To gain a better understanding of the processes, materials and technical considerations involved in the design and manufacture of custom-molded rubber, read through our Engineer Design Guide. This comprehensive design tool details both rubber and plastic design issues including a materials overview and prototype mold design considerations.