Splice Cast receives funding support for new speculum development.
Now Available: Stackable Spoons | Medicine Cups
Stock of New Designs Now Available:
As a result of sustained sales growth, Splice Cast has recently extended our warehouse capacity by over 30%
Why do millions of users around the world chose ULTRASPEC VAGINAL SPECULUM?
CE-Marked, 95kPa leak-proof Specimen Jars
Plastic Measuring Scoops; The cost-effective way to promote your brand
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EcoGold Selected for National Scottish Tender
Awarded Official Supplier to NHS Scotland
Medical device directive for CE marking
CE Marking: What Is It? Is It Important?
Plastic Product Development is a journey - Where is yours up to?
Too often a product design is created without reference to the toolmaker, or the quality is overlooked in the drive for price-point...
Omitting any steps in the development of a plastic component can be costly, time-consuming and ultimately lead to product launch failure.
How are medicine spoons developed and manufactured?
Development Tooling Production
Medicine Dosing Spoons through the ages!
The earliest known antique medicine spoon was invented by Londoner goldsmith, Charles Gibson, around 1828.
Cervical Cancer Prevention Week
Sadly, every day 9 women in the UK are diagnosed with cervical cancer and 3 women will lose their lives to the disease... But it is largely preventable:
Splice Cast present a new-generation of Dosing Scoops
Ultraspec Screening: NHS-Approved
UK Governement announces £6m funding for SMEs medicine Makers
Official Supplier to the NHS
Splice Cast sponsor Childrens Charity
2500 GPs receive their Free Cervical Screening Poster
It's Cervical Screening Awareness WeekMore
"Wonderful! A speculum that doesn't creak, crack or shatter...
Recent Feedback from Ultraspec Speculum user
Ultraspec Testing Video
Ultraspec Vaginal Speculum - The Unbrekable Test:
Accredited Scoops & Spoons
Claim Generous Tax Credits for R&D Expenditure
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Its National Doctors Day today
Company Value: ‘Continually evaluate better designs, systems and methods’