The Right Partner for Implantable Medical Textile Assembly
J-Pac Medical is the right contract manufacturing partner for assembling medical textile devices of custom shapes and sizes. While we can assist in the selection of raw material suppliers, our focus is on manufacturing medical devices containing implantable medical textiles in 2D or 3D geometries to meet unique anatomical and biological specifications. We are experts in manufacturing using difficult to handle materials due to our extensive experience with medical grade polymer formats.
We have unique processing technology in forming textiles without compromising the mechanical properties of the material. We also offer attachment options without the need for sewing.
Contract manufacturing of medical textiles is our business, and some of the largest healthcare companies in the world rely on us for assembling custom textile-based medical devices used in cardiac, tissue repair, hernia, sports medicine, and allograft processing.
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J-Pac Medical has the expertise and industry knowledge to be your go-to manufacturing partner.
Learn more about medical textiles by reading a few of the most common questions we hear from our customers.
Do you have capabilities for handling bioabsorbable implants?
Pledgets prevent sutures from tearing into vascular and cardiac tissue. Small formats are available using precision die cutting and laser cutting.
Yes. J-Pac Medical is uniquely qualified to handle bioabsorbable implants. We have low humidity cleanrooms for biomaterial device assembly and packaging and offer unique formats to minimize moisture exposure during the sterilization and transportation processes.
What polymers are most common in biomaterials that J-Pac Medical works with?
Medical mesh is processed and formed into scaffolds to grow tissue.
The most common polymers are Polypropylene (PP) and Polyester (PET), although Polyethylene (PE) and Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and absorbable polymers are also processed. These can be in the form of textiles but are also in the form of injection molded components. Absorbable Polymers include lactide/glycolide combinations and Polydioxanone (PDO), as well as others.
What is particulate-free cutting?
3D Mesh Assembly
Polypropylene medical mesh formed and welded into a soft tissue repair device.
Steel rule die cutting of medical grade textiles can provide unwanted fracturing or particulate generation. J-Pac Medical offers cutting methods that are housed in Class 7 cleanrooms and provide cut parts that are free of cutting-generated particulate. This is very important considering many of the components that we cut are destined to be surgically implanted or are utilized in critical filtering processes.
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