Whether you need help on a concept or you have a finished design, at Trident Manufacturing, we live by the mantra “build it better for less.” Our unique engineering services are 100% dedicated to the design, development, and manufacturing of medical devices. We use our ingenuity and manufacturing expertise to look at all phases of the process (design, manufacturing, cost, and quality), thus driving excess waste out to ensure our customers receive robust innovative designs, flawless Product Launches, and world class quality at a globally competitive price.


We take a tremendous amount of pride in our engineering approach of being able to optimize designs to create innovative, high quality products while removing cost. We do this by adhering to a disciplined approach of problem solving and the integration of best practice in:

  • Component Procurement and Qualification
  • New Product Development
  • Design For Manufacturing (DFM)
  • Project Management
  • Process Development utilizing a Master Validation Plan
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Fixture and Equipment Design
  • LEAN Manufacturing & Assembly Line Development
  • IQ/OQ/PQ Validation development and execution
  • Solid Modeling and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Evaluation


We don’t let convention and habit get in the way of effective engineering. We use the best of traditional and non-traditional approaches to solve customers technical problems. This provides our customers with innovative products, efficient manufacturing, and insightful planning, which automatically leads to successful devices. We can help your business with all three of these critical elements and more.

“The Engineering staff ensures ultimate optimization of processes with attention to every technical detail.”

Trident Manufacturing’s engineering staff works with the Customer to ensure complete program success when it comes to product development. Whether it’s Part Design, Assembly Development, Mold Design, Fixture Design, Manufacturing Analysis, Value Added and Secondary Operations or Prototyping