Laser Cutting, Welding, Marking
With more than four decades of experience in medical device manufacturing, Norwood Medical realizes the importance that laser technology plays in the production of high-precision implants and instruments. Our culture dictates that we always seek out cutting-edge innovations to enable us to manufacture the complex products that other contract manufacturers will not. Norwood Medical’s expertise and skills with laser technologies is a perfect example of this dedication.
At Norwood Medical, our manufacturing facilities are equipped with world-class laser systems that offer cutting, welding and marking capabilities to our customers. We hand-select the industry’s leading talent to develop our laser expertise to the fullest.
Norwood Medical performs laser cutting on flat, round, and tubular materials with CNC positioning systems that guarantee precision and repeatability on each component produced.
Laser marking is the most precise and least intrusive method for permanently marking components with logos, lot numbers or other markings required for tracking and identification. Marking can be performed on round, flat or tubular components, and withstands passivation and other cleaning processes.
Norwood Medical relies on the unique capabilities of the laser welding process to produce a wide range of medical devices for our customers. Laser welding can be performed on a variety of metals and produces a high-quality weld, even on components with heat-sensitive materials or assemblies.
Advancing Orthopaedic Care
We help companies advance the practice of orthopaedic care by manufacturing components, implants and instruments at the highest standards.
We manufacture medical devices for the following procedures:
- Trauma Surgery
- Joint Reconstruction
To learn more about how our advancements in Orthopaedic Care, contact us today.
Dedication to Quality
Norwood assures customer satisfaction and product safety through a robust and proven Quality System. We recognize that there is no place for implants, instruments or procedures that don’t meet the very highest quality standards
- 21 CFR 820 FDA Quality System Regulation (QSR) compliant and ISO 13485:2016 certified
- Deploying ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt Staff
- Utilizing ISO 14971:2012 risk management system for medical devices