CNC Machined Aluminum Vial Tray for the Pharmaceutical, Research and Development Industries

When a pharmaceutical industry client from Berkeley, California contracted Acrylic Art to build a series of 6061 aluminum vial trays, used for pharmaceutical research and development applications, we quickly employed our 3-axis vertical milling center to mill and machine this important medical device complete, based on precise customer supplied, 2D prints.

Meeting precision tolerances as high as (±) 0.005 of an inch, we CNC milled the profile of each unit, and then drilled and bored all vial holes. We additionally drilled and countersunk all mounting holes. Finally, we engraved zero, X, and Y coordinates for registration and filled the line location. We then provided each unit with a gold anodized finish.

After all machining, engraving, and anodizing operations were completed, we delivered the finished unit to our buyer’s facility in California. Our aluminum vial trays satisfied all client specifications and exceeded their expectations for quality.