Norman Noble Announces Expansion of Operations

Additional facility will support growing demand for the manufacturing of nitinol implants

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, OHIO – July 27, 2020 – Norman Noble, Inc., a medical device contract manufacturer, today announced it has begun improvements on a new 50,000-square-foot facility in Highland Heights, Ohio. The new facility will provide additional manufacturing space to meet medical OEM customers’ growing requirements for products, including nitinol-based structural heart implants and neurovascular devices as well as multileaf collimator (MLC) assemblies used in cancer radiation therapy equipment. The new facility is scheduled to be operational in Q4-2020. 

Norman Noble COO Chris Noble explained that “the additional facility is needed to support demand growth for next-gen products. The additional space will also provide our customers with production surge capacity. We are very excited to grow our facilities and expand our team of highly skilled associates as we continue to strengthen our partnerships with the world’s largest medical companies”. 

About Norman Noble, Inc.
Norman Noble, Inc., established 74 years ago, remains a family-owned and -operated company, offering the most advanced processes for ultra-precision micromachining. The company is known for its exceptional ability to micromachine nitinol implants and to achieve subminiature precision beyond the reach of most manufacturers. Norman Noble is a supplier to most of the largest OEMs and well-known names in the medical device industry.

Norman Noble manufactures medical devices and implants to customer specifications in compliance with FDA regulation 21 CFR part 820 and ISO 13485:2016. State-of-the-art processes include laser machining and welding, Swiss turning and milling, conventional and wire EDM, high-speed seven-axis contour milling, nitinol shape setting, and clean room assembly and packaging. Rapid prototype services are available in separate and fully dedicated process development centers. For more information please visit

Media Inquiries:
Brian Hrouda, Director of Global Sales and Marketing
Norman Noble, Inc.
Tel: 216-761-5387 / Email:

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