Pristine molding conditions, state-of-the-art technology and ongoing compliance and certification are the pillars of successful medical molding. EVCO’s two Class 100,000/ISO Class 8 clean rooms (located at EVCO MED in Deforest, WI and EVCO China in Dongguan) are equipped with the technologies and capabilities required to ensure our commitment to quality is never compromised. With a wide range of medical injection molding capabilities, we can accomplish the most demanding applications and rigorous requirements presented to us.

Our clean room facilities are FDA registered, cGMP compliant and ISO certified to 13485 and 9001. We constantly monitor and regulate temperature, humidity and air filtration to ensure the proper environment for part traceability and compliance. The rigorous controls around the validation of machinery and processes ensure supreme precision and repeatability for our customer’s projects. When high-quality parts with tight tolerances are critical, EVCO delivers.

Look to us for the following when you require an innovative and competitive medical plastics solution:

  • Medical disposables
  • Medical devices
  • Medical packaging
  • Medical instruments
  • Medical plastic components (e.g., orthopedic devices, syringes)


Different processes offer different advantages. Here are the ways we can optimize your medical molding project.

Multi-Shot Molding

Mold plastic parts with two or more materials or colors in one operation.

Insert Molding

Create a strongly bonded, integrated part by molding material around an insert piece for enhanced component reliability.

Secondary Operations

Provide fully decorated and assembled injection molded parts and sub-assemblies through value-added processes.

Stack Molds

Increase the output of an injection molding machine using multiple parting lines capable of producing multi-cavities or a family of parts in one cycle.


Design for Manufacturability

This robust process employs strategic preparation and applies strict quality controls to ensure a consistent product output—and a competitive advantage for customers. DFM is the cornerstone for every project EVCO undertakes because the design and engineering process is critical to success.


Materials Selection

When developing a new part, determining the right material is essential. As part of the DFM process, understanding the requirements and performance characteristics of the part allows EVCO to determine the best material for your project.



A successful part starts with a well-designed mold. This complex and precise process determines part manufacturability and lifecycle costs, and takes into account the key components of mold design while adhering to a part’s unique specifications.



Our commitment to quality is based on stringent guidelines and blends seamlessly with our deep manufacturing knowledge and experience.


Case Study: Design for Manufacturability

Thorough Preparation Leads to a Better End Product

Developing a new product involves many moving parts, in both a planning and a manufacturing sense. It includes multiple teams and checkpoints designed to ensure a flawless end product. Preparation is a vital part of the product development process, as it sets up the rest of the project for success. Read how EVCO can help bring your product development project to life.

When plastics matter to your business, partner with EVCO.
Where innovation takes form.