Freudenberg Medical Expands Tooling Operations in California
Freudenberg Medical announces the expansion of their in-house tooling capabilities
Baldwin Park, Calif. – April 6, 2017 – Freudenberg Medical, a global developer and manufacturer of medical devices, components, and minimally invasive solutions for the medical device industry, announces the expansion of in-house tooling capabilities at our thermoplastic manufact...
Baldwin Park, Calif. – April 6, 2017 – Freudenberg Medical, a global developer and manufacturer of medical devices, components, and minimally invasive solutions for the medical device industry, announces the expansion of in-house tooling capabilities at our thermoplastic manufacturing lead center in Baldwin Park, California. Freudenberg Medical has acquired six specialized tooling machines. The close to half a million dollar investment has expanded tooling capabilities to include a CNC Mill, CNC Lathe, and Sinker EDM machine.
“These new machines enable us to decrease repair lead times, and ensure that our customer’s molds are running at peak performance,” said Gumaro Rodriguez, Mold Maintenance Supervisor at Freudenberg Medical in Baldwin Park. Rodriguez has over 25 years of industry experience as a tool maker.
Freudenberg Medical’s Baldwin Park Operation manufactures and assembles medical components as well as finished devices working primarily with thermoplastic material. Value added services include metrology and validation, scientific molding and D.O.E capabilities, and a dedicated rapid prototyping workcell.
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About Freudenberg Medical
Freudenberg Medical is a global partner for the design, development and manufacture of innovative medical device technologies. With 11 manufacturing operations and more than 1,500 associates worldwide, Freudenberg Medical offers a wide range of capabilities from high precision silicone and thermoplastic components and tubing to coating technology, finished devices, and solutions for minimally invasive and catheter-based devices.