How Thin Can We Go?

How Thin Can We Go?

One of the most common questions that our team hears from medical OEMs seems simple: how thin can we go?  But the answer is: it depends. One of the main factors is material choice. Can your design use a thermoplastic material that better suited for  ultra-thin walls,...
Failure is really not failure…

Failure is really not failure…

When Plastics News interviewed our president, Dennis Tully, last year for Plastics News Processor of the Year, he shared how MTD Micro Molding approaches problem-solving. We include teamwork in everything we think about… Are we always going to make the right decision?...
Plastics Hall of Fame Honors Dennis Tully

Plastics Hall of Fame Honors Dennis Tully

CHARLTON, MA – (2/21/2020) – Every three years, the Plastics Academy inducts individuals into the Plastics Hall of Fame. MTD Micro Molding is honored to announce that our late president, Dennis Tully, is one of the six posthumous inductees this year. Inductees...
It’s the Little Things

It’s the Little Things

In the February issue of Plastics Engineering, industry leaders weigh in on how the advances in medical micro-molding have made it easier than ever to produce tiny devices that can change patients’ lives. “We see more incorporation of pharmaceuticals in micro parts,...
Perfect Precision

Perfect Precision

In a recent Medical Plastics News Article, Laura Hughes talks to MTD’s R&D Engineer, Patrick Haney, about what manufacturers need to know about injection and micromolding: “In micromolding, it is extremely important to realize that this is not just scaled...
Exact Science: A Micromolding Roundtable

Exact Science: A Micromolding Roundtable

In a recent Medical Product Outsourcing Article, Michael Barbella talks to seven key micromolding players, including MTD Micro Molding, to better understand the factors and trends driving the micromolding industry. MTD’s Jared Cicio, John Clark, Patrick Haney,...
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