Vosfox Medical specialises in polymer-based medical devices. The technologies that we either have or intend to have are all available to our customers. If you require a technology not listed below, you can contact us to discuss the possibilities. We have done this before with a customer who provided us with powder-dispersing equipment. Again ask what is possible, and you will be surprised.
Medical 3D printing
If your device or component is based on plastic, we can 3D print it. We provide filament printing (FDM) with medical-grade, in-house-made filaments and SLA printing with dental resins. Currently, we are doing a project on the scale-up of solvent-cast 3D printing. This technology is interesting for (bio)materials that cannot be produced with regular technologies. If the application requires it, we can print it in a validated ISO class 7 cleanroom.Read more
Vosfox Medical has an extrusion line, which is currently being re-modelled to make medical-grade filaments. These filaments can be used for our 3D printing process, but we can also sell them to you for your process. Our next project will be to extrude other shapes, such as rods or tubes. Our extruder is small, which makes it suitable for low-volume production. We can make filaments for implantation (GMP) and research goals (in vivo trials).Read more
Compression moulding might be your solution if you require low-volume production of your products and the injection moulds are too expensive. Consider compression moulding if your material is very expensive and the start-up costs for injection moulding will be too expensive. The tool cost and maintenance cost for compression moulding are lower. We do not yet have a moulder in-house, but we are willing to purchase one when we have an interesting project.
At Vosfox Medical, we specialise in low-volume production, also low volume injection moulding. This low volume is in two ways. Micromolding is the making of very small parts, but we can also make only a few larger parts. Do you need ten pieces, 50 pieces 1000 pieces? All possible while compliant with quality and regulatory requirements. We do not yet have a moulder in-house, but we plan to purchase one.