TouchMark Blog

April 11, 2017

The RX Factor – Medical Plastics And Adhesion

Although polymers have suffered through some tough media disparagement as of late (biodegradability issues) it is highly unlikely that these polymers are replaceable for medical device manufacturing. These specialized materials are indispensible for providing low cost but effective vehicles for delivering everything from successful operating techniques to therapeutic medicines.
March 11, 2017

Tubing’s Constant Evolution

Medical tubing has evolved to be a complex, sophisticated product combining various materials, technologies and processes
March 11, 2017

Touchmark Adds New Equipment To Enhance Throughput

HAYWARD, CA MARCH 11, 2017 – TouchMark, a division of Delphon and industry leader in Medical Device Pad Printing, announced today that it has added additional equipment to its operation in order to maximize throughput and lower costs for some of its pad print jobs.
January 30, 2017
Ethernet Cables | Medical and Electronic Device Marking | TouchMark

Touchmark Offers Analytical Testing Services

Partnering with its customers in research, development and innovation is what sets TouchMark apart. TouchMark offers a wide range of material characterization and analytical services to assist customers in choosing the best pre-treatment and print process for their device.
January 30, 2017
Ethernet Cables | Medical and Electronic Device Marking | TouchMark

TouchMark Plasma Treatment Promotes Ink Adhesion

TouchMark works with its medical and electronic device manufacturing customers on solutions that temporarily modify the surface energy of difficult-to- print plastics. Using plasma gasses, we can increase surface energy to promote permanent ink adhesion.
January 30, 2017
Ethernet Cables | Medical and Electronic Device Marking | TouchMark

Screen Printing TM

The screen printing process is routinely used to mark medical and electronic components. The standard application for screen process is the direct printing of flat or straight sided cylindrical and conical shapes.  Some examples are: faceplates, front panels, and signs. Utilizing the proper ink, a wide range of substrates can be decorated, including medical grade plastics. With state-of- the-art equipment, our experienced team is able to maintain a volume production level with outstanding quality control.