Catheter Tipping Machine Solutions

SYNEO draws on its standard machine platforms and robust technical resources to provide tailored solutions to our customers. Whether it’s an isolated application or integration and automation of multiple manufacturing processes, SYNEO has the capabilities to bring enhanced efficiency, productivity and quality to catheter and guidewire manufacturing processes.

Accu-Tip ATG

The medical Automated Tip Grinder (ATG) grinds nitinol and stainless steel wires, as well as polymer tubing and rod on a compact grinding stand.

Accu -Tip TFM

SYNEO Tip Flaring machines provide thermal flaring of thermoplastic medical tubing.

Accu-Tip RFT

The Radio Frequency Tip Forming Machine (RFT) is a closed-loop water-cooled tipping solution that utilizes a state of the art positioning mechanism with integrated closed-loop force and position feedback unlike any other tipping solution available for medical device applications. 

More Tipping Technology

Quantum Tipping Machine

The Quantum is a tabletop tipping machine designed to produce superior outputs expected of the CATHTIP standard.

Magnum Tipping Machine

The Magnum provides the most flexible RF architecture on the market, capable of tip forming, flaring and bonding in production or Interface settings. Our state-of-the-art precision catheter forming systems produce the highest quality parts with speed and consistency. The Magnum can achieve flashless tips, smooth bonds, and exacting geometry with virtually all thermo-plastic materials.

Radio Frequency Tipper

The RF machines use a different energy source than traditional heat sources. Otherwise known as Radio Frequency, the RF machines differ in speed and automatically starts at the desired temperature when turned on. They also provide more flexibility to the dies when needed.

Glass Die Tipper

The Glass Die Machine automates the process of pushing a catheter up into a glass die mold, then heated and formed to the tip of a specific mold and radial shape. The Glass Die machine enables a chilling process to occur where the tipped catheter can separate and be removed from the glass die machine.