Romar Engineering

Romar Engineering staff working on their state-of-the-art equipment

What sets Romar Engineering apart from its competitors is 50 years of manufacturing experience and the capability to provide scalable and commercially viable design and manufacturing solutions. Romar’s unrivalled knowledge of specialist areas like silicone manufacturing, precision moulding, micro moulding and medical device manufacturing ensures reliable, high-quality outcomes.

Based in Western Sydney, the company’s state-of-the-art equipment includes a Class 8 clean room and the only Lasertec 65 3D printer in Australia. In partnership with CSIRO, Romar is the first company in the southern hemisphere to offer additive manufacturing using a DMG Mori Lasertec 65 3D 5-axis synchronous laser deposition, welding and milling machine.

Romar provides advanced manufacturing and processing solutions for a wide range of industries, including aerospace, aeronautical, medical, defence and industrial applications.

The experience of its team, combined with quality assurance and quality control systems, means Romar manufactures to current ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 standards. It has a world-class team of engineers in Sydney and
Singapore, and can design, prototype and manufacture a commercially viable solution for precision-built products that meet the highest standards.

Romar’s engineers have impressive success rates, with a speciality in the design and manufacture of medical devices. Their world class in-house expertise includes: 3D mechanical design; computer aided engineering, including CAD; design optimisation; and prototyping. The company also has dedicated test facilities.

Romar’s complete manufacturing process comprises six steps to a commercially viable and scaleable solution:

  1. Expert analysis define the problem and strategic pathway
  2. Design for manufacture create a scalable design
  3. Material selection choose the best solution
  4. Rapid prototyping 3D printing to allow touch and feel
  5. Commercial manufacture consistent, quality manufacture
  6. Logistics and distribution quality control and distribution.

Embracing the future

Early adoption of new thinking and technology has enabled Romar to bring a new level of innovation to its business and has been key to its success. In 1993, Romar attained ISO 9001 accreditation to support its tooling and moulding services. Since then it has developed unrivalled skill and expertise and found itself a place on the global stage in the world of medical device manufacturing.

As the medical device industry blossomed in the 90s, Romar developed the early facemasks for ResMed. The company received its ISO 13485 accreditation in November 2008, firming its position as a leader in the design and manufacture of medical devices in the healthcare industry.