About Us

Since 1946, Norman Noble, Inc. has been manufacturing products for the medical and aerospace industries. Today, two generations of the Noble family maintain guiding principles to lead the company – and the industry – with technologically advanced capabilities and exceptional service.With five facilities and over 240,000 square feet of combined manufacturing space, Norman Noble, Inc. keeps pace with current technology by continuallyinvesting in the machining,finishing, and engineering resources that make innovation possible. Recent innovations such as Noble S.T.E.A.L.T.H. athermal laser machining along with investments in bioabsorbable implant manufacturing, fully validated manufacturing processes, and five dedicated process development centers (PDC’s) demonstrate our commitment to our OEM customers. Our current team of over 600 employees is fully committed to advancing our leadership position in medical device contract manufacturing for our OEM customers.


A few examples of the many types of medtech products we can manufacture using our specialized micromachining and automated finishing technologies include:

  • Components for Heart Valves
  • Cardiovascular Stents
  • Neurovascular Stents and Clot Removal Devices
  • Bioresorbable Scaffolds
  • Vessel Closure Implants
  • Spinal Implants
  • Orthopedic Screws and Plates
  • Catheter-based Delivery Systems and Components
  • Neurovascular Devices
  • Maxillofacial Screws and Plates
  • Multi-leaf Collimator Assemblies used for Radiation Therapy

For medical device Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMS), high-tech applications and emerging industries, there’s no better, or more qualified source, for microprecision contract manufacturing than Norman Noble, Inc.



Our Mission has remained for over 70 years:

"To understand our customers' objectives and to ensure their market success by developing and providing reliable, cost-effective manufacturing methods."



Manufacturing Facilities:
Corporate Headquarters - Medtech I:
Highland Heights, Ohio

Micromachining Facility - Medtech II:
Highland Heights, Ohio

Micromachining Facility - Collamer:
Cleveland, Ohio

Process Development Center - PDC South:
Naples, Florida