Clinical Instrument Parts
Expert in Customized Precision Medical Equipment Parts.

Strictly adhering to the ISO13485 medical device quality management system to ensure the safety, reliability, and precision of parts.
We have extensive experience in manufacturing components for clinical diagnostic analyzers, assisting in optimizing structure and saving costs.
We offer one-stop solutions including prototype machining, injection molding, CNC machining, and rapid assembly.

We specialize in custom machining of diverse, small-batch medical parts and excel in producing precision components for various clinical diagnostic analyzers, including hematology analyzers, biochemical analyzers, immunology analyzers, nucleic acid analyzers, and urine analyzers. Whether it's in terms of craftsmanship, accuracy, or quality, we offer highly cost-effective solutions.

Our main machining directions:

Fluorescence analyzer parts


PCR instrument parts


Flow cytometer


Biochemical analyzer


Hematology analyzer


Electron microscope


Blood glucose meter


Clinical laboratory analysis 


Whether it requires repeated disinfection and sterilization or biocompatible materials, we can achieve high-precision, safe, and stable machining with traceability!

The main materials we process include:             

Stainless steels SUS304, 304L, 316, 316L, 416, 430, 430F; aluminum alloys 5052, 6061, 6063; high-performance polymers ABS, PC, PA, POM, PP, PEEK, PEI; in addition to titanium alloys, copper, cobalt, alloy steels, magnesium, nickel, hard alloys, and cerami


Prototype machining

Assist clients in quickly validating product designs and reducing the project's R&D cycle.


CNC machining

Machining accuracy can achieve an industry-leading tolerance of ±0.005mm.

Injection molding

Biocompatibility is further improved to ensure safe use in medical applications.

Let AbleMed supply your  clinical laboratory analyzer parts

 Medical Injection Molding

What are the characteristics of clinical laboratory analyzer parts?

The components of clinical laboratory analyzers exhibit precision and efficiency in machining. These parts need to meet high-precision and complex functional requirements and are produced through CNC machining or injection molding. These machining methods ensure that the parts achieve a level of accuracy to the micron, meeting stringent medical standards.

In terms of material selection, commonly used materials are high-strength, corrosion-resistant, and biocompatible materials such as stainless steel, titanium alloys, or certain advanced engineering plastics. These materials not only ensure the long-term stability and reliability of the parts but also meet the safety and hygiene requirements of medical equipment.

The components of clinical laboratory analyzers are characterized by high precision, complexity, and efficiency, ensuring stable operation of the instruments with high corrosion resistance and meeting the stringent requirements of the medical industry.

Are the parts of clinical laboratory analyzer difficult to machine?

The components of clinical laboratory analyzers have highly complex designs and require precise machining. These parts need to achieve accuracy to the micron level while meeting the stringent standards and requirements of the medical industry, such as biocompatibility, corrosion resistance, and long-term stability.

The machining process involves intricate techniques, including the use of high-precision CNC machine tools and specialized surface treatment methods. Processes like polishing, electroplating, or coating are employed to enhance their performance and durability. These machining steps demand a high level of technical expertise and meticulous operation.

Strict quality control and safety standards are also essential to ensure that each component meets the specified standards and regulations. These factors collectively contribute to the high machining difficulty of clinical laboratory analyzer parts, requiring specialized skills, advanced equipment, and stringent quality control to ensure their quality and performance.

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