Minimally Invasive Surgical Devices Custom Manufactured by Marshall Manufacturing Company

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Custom wire and tube components in diameters from 0.032 to 0.250 inch and made from stainless steel, titanium, Inconel, MP35N, L605 and other exotic metals are manufactured to specification by Marshall Manufacturing Company, an ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 registered manufacturer of medical device components.

Marshall works with their customers from prototype stage through high volume production. Required customer features are designed into these specialized medical device components. Applications include miniaturized medical devices components for the latest generation of minimally invasive surgical devices for coronary, vascular and orthopedic surgery.

Custom features for surgical devices include: CNC 3D precision bending and contouring, threading, forming, grooves and cross holes. Processes include: CNC Swiss machining, which includes turning, milling, knurling, CNC laser tube cutting, CNC laser welding.

Tubular part features available include: flaring and swaged special shapes including point, chisel, hex, square, flare and double flare. Tubes may be custom threaded, contoured, bent, threaded, stamped, laser etched, laser welded and finished. A variety of hole configurations from round to special shapes at various angles are available for these tubular parts.

Assembly operations include CNC laser welding, press fit and epoxy fastening, to name just a few. Secondary operations include heat treating, electro cleaning, electro polishing and passivation

Marshall is a just-in-time medical manufacturer equipped with a wide range of the latest CNC precision machining equipment including CAD/CAM design, CNC Swiss machining, CNC laser tube cutting, CNC wire EDM 3D bending of small diameter wire and tube and CNC laser welding

Fully committed to the latest advanced manufacturing processes including integrated machine operations and cell manufacturing, we provide highest quality, efficiency and on-time delivery for the medical manufacturing device industry.