Medical Electrodes & Sensors

Electrodes and Sensors in the Medical Field

Nissha GSI participates in the development and production of technologically advanced diagnostic and therapeutic electrodes for the healthcare industry. We have a thorough understanding of medical electrode printing requirements for multi-layer and through-hole conductivity in addition to 100% inspection and testing if required. We also offer material certification and product traceability via customized ERP system applications. To support the rapidly changing healthcare market and to assist in significantly reducing manufacturing costs, Nissha GSI has invested in many technical resources and state-of-the-art capabilities, including:

  • Precision sheet-based print processing for small batch quantities
  • Scalable high-volume precision screen roll-to-roll printing
  • Laser finishing or through-hole placement for complex multi-layer structures
  • Proven partner relationships for turnkey device finishing and packaging
in vitro diagnostics

Nissha GSI Medical Printing Advantages

We have the knowledge and equipment to help you at every stage of manufacturing, from prototypes all the way to global-scale production following IQ/OQ/PQ protocols and ISO 13485 requirements. In many cases, we can even improve your time to market.


Long-standing relationships with key material, technology, and equipment suppliers enable us to give you consistent quality at competitive prices.


We have produced billions of medical electrodes annually since entering this market. We’re pleased to put our knowledge and experience to work for you.


With manual sheet-fed, automatic sheet-fed, and web roll-to-roll presses in-house, Nissha GSI can tailor the size of each run to the opportunity or substrate used and easily scale when demand rises. Many manufacturing lines utilize 100% electrical testing for continuous process control and continuous vision systems for defect detection.


Products are produced every day based on a large variety of substrates and conductive materials. Polymer film and paper substrates are quite common. A broad choice of ink systems are available depending on desired functionality. Systems include silver, silver chloride, gold, carbon, platinized carbon, nickel, zinc, bismuth, tungsten, graphene, and various unique nanoparticle materials.

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