Machining is one of the most critical quality-defining processes in surgical instruments manufacturing. Many of the problems that arise later in the production of medical devices can be traced to improper machine work. Hence it is of utmost importance that the machine shop be well maintained, serviced, and QC checked on regular basis.
With more than 9000 instruments in our catalog and approximately 4500 instruments running at any given time, it is critical that proper machining be done the first time an instrument is brought to the machine shop. The huge variety of cutters, types of machines, and the craftsmanship required to make such a plethora of instruments is no small feat.
So a ‘job well done’ to our machine shop workers and supervisors.