Medical Device Soldering is a process in which two or more metal items are joined together by melting one metal (solder) into a joint of the other metal. This works due to the solder having a lower melting point then the metal used within the joint.
Soldering differs from welding in that soldering does not involve melting the work pieces. As medical devices become more complex, and electronic components play a larger role, soldering is becoming a key process used in the medical device industry. LSO is proficient at micro soldering. Many past and current projects require soldering under the microscope. Several of our production employees have been trained and certified to micro-solder. From electronic boards, to complex catheter assembly, our medical device soldering operators work with the highest level of quality to ensure your device is assembled properly, every time.
LSO has been providing soldering capabilities since company inception in 1997. Our operators have developed a tremendous amount of experience and skills. We guarantee our ability to properly execute the micro soldering process.