Mission Statement
The goal of Farlow's Scientific Glassblowing, Inc. is to meet the widest possible array of customer requirements for glassblown products. We will strive to provide quality fabricated glassware, technical support and development expertise.

  • We will continue to expand our technical expertise to remain the industry leader in tight tolerance glass fabrication.
  • We will continue to expand our equipment and training to anticipate our customers unique and changing requirements.
  • We will meet or exceed our customers' expectations.
  • We will maintain the highest standards of quality, reliability and professionalism.

Where Art Meets Science
Permit us to introduce you to a world leader in the development of glass tooling for the medical industry. We design and construct individualized parts for catheter tipping, butt sealing, forming and molding. The Farlow's approach is to work closely with customers to understand the underlying engineering needs and to implement practical and expedient solutions. We incubate new designs, assess possibilities and provide close tolerance products. We provide engineering and design support to assist you in meeting your special needs.

For over 33 years Farlow's Scientific Glassblowing, Inc. has been supporting catheter manufacturers with our quality glass balloon molds. Our molds, capture tubes and tipping dies provide the user with inexpensive alternatives to current fabrication tooling and equipment. In addition, clear glass tooling permits direct visualization of on-going processing and fabrication.

Glass tooling for tipping catheters and forming catheters have become so popular, tipping machines have been created for exclusive use with the Farlow's glass dies. Farlow's Scientific Glassblowing, Inc. has been working closely to provide the medical device industry with a quality means of production at a lower cost than other systems.

Farlow's Scientific Glassblowing, Inc. can be seen in magazines, at trade shows throughout the world displaying their glass tooling and anatomical models.

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