Partner with DDS to get your medical device to market faster! We are here to support your team as it relates to the launch of your medical device while ensuring you exceed customer expectations with cutting-edge automation. Our solutions help medical companies stay compliant with tight/changing regulatory practices in the industry and help meet the increasing, changing demand of their customers in the market. We offer validation support and robust solutions with integrated high-precision and high-accuracy components. Whether it is an assembly project, inspection challenge or any other obstacle, DDS has a team of experts to position your company to be successful within the industry!

General Capabilities

  • Syringe and vial filling & capping
    • Volumetric and weigh filling
  • Laser marking
  • Cardiovascular applications
  • Pipette handling, sorting, and cutting
  • Blister pack sorting, filling, sealing and inspection
  • Contact lens cutting, handling and inspection
  • Clean room experience: class 6,8,9 + more
  • Surgical instruments:
    • Suture end prep
    • Surgical needle and suture assembly
    • Suture wrapping
    • Extrusion of suture material
    • Packaging lab equipment/ wound care
  • Leak testing
  • IV bag inspection and automation systems
  • Assembly solutions, dispense applications
  • Inspection and testing applications
a fully automated assembly and inspection system for a surgical instrument.

Surgical Instrument Assembly

Our customer in the Medical Device Industry needed to mitigate quality risks due to operator handling, reduce labor costs, and replace subjective operator inspections with automated vision inspections. We designed a fully automated assembly and inspection system for this surgical instrument. The parts move through the machine from station to station using a recirculating pallet conveyor. An RFID chip in each pallet and an RFID reader at each station tracks parts as they travel through the system. Parts are fed into the system automatically using bowl feeders, drawers, and tray handlers.


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