Tegra Medical touting manufacturing services at DeviceTalks Boston

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Tegra Medical is focused exclusively on precision machining and contract manufacturing services for the medical device industry, producing components and assemblies for leading edge surgical and interventional companies. As an end-to-end solutions provider, the company’s services range from prototyping to full production, and from components to finished medical devices. It also meets the need for wire and hypotubing shipped overnight. Tegra Medical has 220,000 sq. ft. of modern manufacturing space in Massachusetts, Mississippi and Costa Rica.

Featured services: End-to-end contract manufacturing, prototyping and product development, wire and hypotube shipped overnight

  • End-to-end contract manufacturing: With a wide range of manufacturing capabilities, Tegra Medical is an expert at creating customers’ entire medical devices. The company helps refine designs with DFMA and ensure they can be manufactured efficiently. Then it prototypes and pilot-produces them and handles full-scale production. From the business end to the handle and everything in between, Tegra Medical will manufacture the whole device, then finish, assemble and package. As a single vendor that offers end-to-end solutions, the company gets customers’ devices to market quickly and cost-effectively, with consistently high quality.

  • Prototyping and product development: Tegra Medical partners with customers by providing dedicated Genesis Tech Center resources that are focused 100-percent on prototyping, development and pilot production. These product-launching services are the first step in the end-to-end manufacturing solutions the company offers, working in concert with full production, assembly and packaging. From the business end of a device to the handle and everything in between, we tackle projects from start to finish.

  • Wire and hypotube shipped overnight: With Tegra Medical’s Quick Wire & Tubing, you can get the lengths you need shipped overnight. Whether you’re in R&D or manufacturing components for a big customer, you can’t afford to wait weeks for wire and hypotube. This is why Tegra Medical stocks a large inventory of wire and tubing materials in various lengths for overnight delivery. However, Tegra Medical typically needs three to five working days to cut, grind and finish the wire and hypotubing to your specifications.

Visit Tegra Medical at booth #301 at DeviceTalks Boston.

(Learn from some of the medical device industry’s top executives and experts at DeviceTalks Boston on Oct. 2.)

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