Diagnostic Tray suits biological testing applications.

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Meeting critical requirements for molded tray flatness and film clarity, 384-well pharmaceutical diagnostic tray is produced through customized film insert molding process in Class 100,000 cleanroom. Product accommodates human cells and pharmaceutical drugs in wells for research and development in biological testing.

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PEDI Produces Pharma Diagnostic Tray Through Film Insert Molding Technique

Carlsbad, CA - June 3, 2008 - PEDI - Plastics Engineering and Development, Inc., a custom injection molder and contract manufacturer for the medical device and biomedical industry, announces the manufacture of a pharmaceutical diagnostic tray produced through a customized film insert molding process.

Using a 120 ton Sumitomo injection molding machine outfitted with a Yushin robot, PEDI is molding a 384-well tray for biological testing. Human cells and pharmaceutical drugs are placed in the wells of the tray for research and development. To manufacture the tray, plastic is molded onto the film in a Class 100,000 cleanroom. The critical requirements for this application include flatness of the molded well tray and maintaining the clarity of the film.

For more information on PEDI's custom manufacturing services call Richard Manson at 760-931-1844 or visit www.pediplastics.com.

About PEDI
Since 1985, a full service contract manufacturer and custom plastic injection molding company. PEDI can manufacture a single component or handle every aspect of a product's development from design, tooling, and molding to ultrasonic welding, assembly, and packaging. PEDI specializes in the medical and biomedical device markets with additional expertise in manufacturing implantables using PEEK material. Other industries served include electronics, consumer, industrial and recreation products. PEDI holds a California FDB Device Manufacturing License and operates a 50,000 sq. ft. facility with a Class 100,000 cleanroom in San Diego County. www.pediplastics.com

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