Wearables and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) continue to be major trends in the digital transformation of the healthcare industry. Hospitals, Medical Facilities, and Patients continue to demand more secure, reliable, safe, cost-effective, and efficient devices, However, designing products like a connected heart monitor, wearable insulin delivery device or any digital product that are user friendly and comfortable continues to be a major challenge for Medical Device Manufacturers and saw an increasing emphasis on design and simplicity. Medical Devices are getting smaller, more discreet, and lighter.
Connor understands the challenges faced by our customers and works with them to provide innovative ideas to make their parts smaller, lighter cheaper, faster, and reliable. For decades, Connor has been supplying precision miniaturized metal components with tight tolerance on the micron level to Leading Medical Device Manufacturers. Connor produces these parts with Progressive Deep Draw Stamping, In-Die Transfer, In-Die Assembly, and CNC Machining. Our parts are cleaned with ultrasonic DI cleaning and packed in ISO 8 cleanroom. To comply with and exceed the strict standards of the medical device industry, Connor employs a stringent quality control process. Our quality control technology includes Statistical Process Control (SPC), In-Line / Off-Line Automated Optical Inspection, and Real-Time Measurement Systems.