Vibratory & Centrifugal Deburring
Medical devices made of metallic materials are often subjected to deburring to remove the slightest imperfection. Norwood Medical employs both vibratory deburring and high-speed centrifugal deburring as finishing methods for our customers’ parts. With the ability to debur, clean and brighten the entire surface of a component, these manufacturing processes are ideal for finishing intricate medical devices.
Vibratory deburring is a batch-type operation whereby specially shaped pellets of media and the components are placed into a vibratory tumbler. This process is designed to finish a large quantity of devices at the same time to provide a beautiful finish to the manufactured parts.
High-speed centrifugal deburring
Another process suited for finishing small parts and components is centrifugal deburring. In a centrifugal barrel machine, several cylindrical containers are mounted to a rotating base. The base rotates in one direction and the barrels rotate in the opposite direction, generating enough force to deburr parts quickly and gently enough for critical small medical components.
Medical Device Manufacturer
Norwood Medical focuses exclusively on medical device manufacturing. We have over 40 years experience helping customers deliver innovative products to market with speed and lean manufacturing practices.
- Vertically integrated to solve problems quickly
- Focused quality processes assure excellence
In an industry that demands the highest precision to ensure the safety and wellness of medical patients, Norwood Medical understands and accepts its critical role in this supply chain.
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