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From Metal to Plastic, Silicone to TPE: Cut Cost, Enhance Performance

Learn more about how Enplas’s engineering and manufacturing expertise enabled a major pharmaceutical OEM’s metal to plastic conversion of its test instrument component, enhancing its functionality, usability, and overall manufacturing cost of a four-channel pipette air displacement device.

BLOG: Design for Manufacturability (DFM): The Basics

Enplas Life Tech has an established quality control procedure built on proper industry-standard validation procedures: to statistically ensure that each part coming out of the line will fall within strictly-set standards for your project.
DFM, advanced DFM, design for manufacturing, design for manufacturability

Design Development Beyond Basic DFM for Product Performance

Enplas Life Tech­­ goes beyond the basics to offer this advanced DFM when we see opportunities to help. Our customers—innovative market leaders—tell us again and again how they appreciate this customer-centric practice.

DOWNLOAD: ELT Overview Brochure

With over 20 years of satisfied customers, Enplas Life Tech is the leader in manufacturing precision plastic parts for life science products to your demanding performance requirements.
Quality-assurance

BLOG: Process Validation

Enplas Life Tech has an established quality control procedure built on proper industry-standard validation procedures: to statistically ensure that each part coming out of the line will fall within strictly-set standards for your project.

DOWNLOAD: TPE vs. Silicone Guide

When comparing thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) and liquid silicone rubber (LSR) for high volume fluid-sealing production, it’s important to understand manufacturability and other characteristics to make the right choice for your project!
Engineering and Design CAD

DOWNLOAD: TPE Reagent Port Seal Case Study

Download our TPE reagent port seal case study titled "Life Science Diagnostic Device Development: Challenges and Solutions for Fluid Interfaces."

DOWNLOAD: Fluid Sealing Guide

Complex shapes, small features, intense pneumatic pressures—manufacturing a stable fluid-sealing interface can be complicated.

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