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Technology and Experience Lead to the Highest Quality Medical Implants Available

In the past, we have discussed the extreme importance of quality and technology when it comes to finding a medical implant manufacturer.

It is through this attention to quality and the latest technology that we utilize all equipment and services—CNC grinding, turning, and machining, titanium anodizing, and robotic polishing—to bring the best medical implants to our clients. This is what makes us one of the leading medical implant contract manufacturers in the Midwest.

Specifically, we are experienced at (and FDA registered for) manufacturing a variety of medical implants. Let’s take a closer look at the types of implants we manufacture.

Spinal Implants

Spinal implantsSpinal implants are an ever-growing market within the medical device industry, and the technology used to create these implants and their components is constantly evolving and as impressive as ever. We have extensive experience providing these spinal implant components for all segments of the spinal market:

 

  • Fusion Systems
  • Pedicle Screws
  • Cervical Screws
  • Motion Preservation Systems
  • Lumbar & Cervical Plates
  • Cross Connectors
  • Corpectomy Devices (Cages)
  • Peek spacers
  • Cannulated Screws
  • Implantable Disks
  • Implant Trials

The spinal implant market is projected to reach $6.6 billion by 2021[1], and we expect our research, development, experience, and expertise to be a big part of it.

Orthopedic Implants

Orthopedic implantAt Hammill, we are qualified and experienced in manufacturing the highest quality orthopedic implants in the industry. Our medical manufacturing and engineering resources allow us to offer our clients the following orthopedic implant systems:

 

  • Hip Systems
  • Trauma Hip Systems
  • Primary & Revision Femoral Systems
  • Bone Plates
  • Cortical Screws
  • Compression Screws

As the orthopedic market is another widely growing field, we continue to provide the latest technological advancements. Furthermore, we continue to grow and lead the way in implant manufacturing technology, and we will look to expand to other areas, including extremity implants—i.e. toes, ankles, fingers, etc.

Our team of industry-leading experts performs in-house assemblies, laser welding, laser identification, high-energy tumbling, screw assembly, media blasting, and in-house tooling, fixturing, & gaging. Our capabilities include up to 13-axis Swiss-type CNC turning, 6-axis Willimen CNC milling/turning, and up to 30,000 rpm machining capabilities.

In short, we are an ISO-certified medical instrument manufacturer that delivers the best medical implants through the most advanced technology available.

 

 

[1] http://www.mrg.net/News-and-Events/Press-Releases/US-Markets-for-Spinal-Implants-081213.aspx

In Medical Implant and Component Manufacturing, Only the Best Will Do

The manufacturing of medical implants requires more precision, expertise, and advanced technology than perhaps any other industry or product. Clients—and lives—are counting on that.

As an ISO 13485 certified contract medical component manufacturer, we know what’s at stake, and this precision, expertise, and technology has made us the premiere medical component, instrument, and implant manufacturer in Ohio and in the entire Midwest.

One of the ways we ensure such precision and quality is through the use of state-of-the-art equipment—the best on the market. Our equipment and capabilities include screw machines, CNC grinding and turning, 5-axis machining, high-tech robotic turning, and titanium anodizing, all of which allow us to perform the function of producing medical devices of the highest possible quality.

Through these advanced machines and processes, we are leading the way in a variety of medical implants—including spinal implants and orthopedic implants—and numerous complex, multi-component surgical instruments using titanium, CoCr, stainless steel, and PEEK, along with other materials.

Advanced machining of medical devicesAll of our advanced processes and manufacturing, engineering, and machining services are performed in a 90,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility, where 225 highly-trained employees are truly committed to being the best in the industry. In fact, our employees undergo a four-year formal apprenticeship program, which concludes with them being state- and nationally-accredited.

Our ISO certification further ensures that we are meeting and exceeding all standards required by a medical instrument manufacturer, and we are officially FDA-registered as a contract medical device manufacturer.

In the end, the result is the hands-on service that comes from a family-owned business operating since 1955, and the high-tech innovation and quality that comes from a company whose sole focus is advanced, superior medical device manufacturing.