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Isometric Micro Molding is Fastest Growing Medical Micro Molder in North America

NEW RICHMOND, Wisconsin, March 6, 2018 – Isometric Micro Molding, Inc., a division of Isometric Companies, Inc., a privately held corporation is now the fastest-growing medical micro molder in North America. Total growth since 2015 has included:

  • 2015 63% sales year over year growth
  • 2016 124% sales year over year growth
  • 2017 79% sales year over year growth
  • 1 to 9 micro molding machines
  • 2 to 29 employees

Isometric is a fully integrated micro molding and automated micro-assembly company with in-house 3D micro printing, micro tooling, micro molding, micro automated assembly, and CT scanning. This 5-tiered capability combination provides customers with the in-house controls necessary to mold, assemble, and validate medical and drug delivery devices to micron tolerances.

About Isometric Micro Molding, Inc.

Founded 30 years ago, Isometric has evolved from a precision mold making company to the largest and fastest-growing medical-focused micro molder in North America. An ISO 13485 certified micro molding service provider, Isometric Micro Molding, Inc. serves medical, implantable, and pharma market segments such as intraocular, cardiovascular, neuromodulation, orthopedic, and various drug delivery platforms.

Customer collaboration and transparency are the backbones of Isometric’s core values. These values, coupled with captive vertical integration of micro molding, ultra-precision mold making, CT scanning, and micro automation provide customers a development-to-production roadmap. This map, based on analysis, data, and detailed risk mitigation strategies, provide significant device platform value built on miniaturization and single micron-level precision.

To see Isometric Micro Molding’s portfolio of projects, visit HERE. If you would like more information, call 715-246-7005 or email at [email protected]

Editors note: This post was originally published on March 6, 2018, and has been slightly updated to provide additional accuracy.