- Shallow Drawn
- Deep Drawn
Integer develops and manufactures custom shallow-drawn enclosures for its customers’ capacitors, implantable pacemakers, defibrillators, neurostimulators, bone-growth stimulators, cochlear devices, drug pumps and other implantable medical devices. Our device enclosures are usually made of titanium and are used to hermetically house and protect the implantable devices’ critical electronics from the rest of a patient’s body. Integer also manufactures a variety of stamped IPG components including brackets, anchors, and clips.
- •Titanium (Grades 1,2,4,5,9, & 23)
Integer develops and manufactures custom deep-drawn enclosures for its customers’ battery cases, device enclosures, and electronic housings. These parts are typically made of stainless steel, aluminum or titanium.
- Titanium (grades 1,2,5,9 and 23)
- Stainless steel (304, 304L, 420)
- Deep and shallow drawing—reshaping the sheet metal using a forming die (mold) and a mechanical punch (reference DIN 8584-3)
- Multiple draws via stage tooling, progressive dies, and transfer systems
- Trimming—removing any excess metal and finishing the component to its exact final height
- Piercing—creating a hole in the metal Notching—making a partial hole or other shape in the metal
- Cleaning—removing organic and inorganic residues from the metal
- Heat Treating – removing stresses in material post processing