Bone & Tissue Repair Tech
Not too long ago, America proudly led the world in manufacturing. What the heck happened? Decades of outsourcing by short-sighted corporations has stripped America of our manufacturing independence, leaving us vulnerable in the era of COVID-19. Only now, faced with a broken system where we cannot obtain medical supplies to fight the virus, have these corporate decision-makers learned what many of us have known all along: that America must be ready and able to produce crucial products “in-house” within our borders at a moment’s notice.
America has been vulnerable for many years, relying on a false sense of security that a global crisis would not disrupt our international supply chains. If there is one silver lining of the still-unfolding pandemic, it is that our complacence has been shattered, and our country is responding with exactly the hard work and perseverance needed to emerge stronger on the other side. Working together, people and private industry in this country have already started to turn the tide, building 100,000 ventilators in 100 days, compared to 40,000 in the eight years prior to the pandemic.
We are listening to your concerns, and we know you agree: we must bring American manufacturing back home again and restore our industrial independence. For many corporations, this transition will be difficult — requiring a different mindset, a more focused vision, hard work, and determination. At Precision Group, we’ve already spent 35 years building a foundation for navigating this new world. We are a successful, fully-American manufacturing operation employing skilled American workers, and we’ve always believed that is the best way to operate.
Now, because we have kept our operations in America, and developed a strong technological core, we are ready and able to ramp up production of medical supplies like oxygen mask components, and lead the charge to make America competitive in manufacturing once more.
Here are some of the medical devices and components we are proud to manufacture in America:
Bone and tissue repair technology used with bioabsorbable polymeric scaffolds, films, and related instrumentation for the repair and replacement of bone, soft tissue and articular cartilage. Precision Group designed and built molds for the production of plastic components in this device.
Inova Labs, Inc.
System automatically detects and adjust patient therapy based on oxygen requirements for periods of activity and sleep. This tech is used as both a portable and stationary oxygen providing round-the-clock therapy. Precision Group designed and built molds for the production of plastic components in this device.
UNO Medical, Inc.
System for precise control of inspired oxygen concentration. During inspiratoin, the patient draws gases from both oxygen flowing into the mask via tubing, as well as from room air via ports on the sides of the mask. Oxygen is delivered in concentrations of 40-60%. Precision Group designed and built molds for the production of plastic components in this device.
Prism Enterprises, LP
Vacuum-assisted delivery system, employing a flexible shaft to allow precise positioning of a flexible suction cup on a baby’s head. The pump creates negative pressure for a clinician to pull and assist with maternal efforts during delivery. Precision Group designed and built molds for the production of plastic components in this device.
A fully automated, constantly-monitored unit-dose dispensing center located in nursing facilities, designed to enhance med pass accuracy and eliminate costly medication waste. Precision Group designed and built injection molds for the production molding and assembly of the plastic components.
Precision Medical Instrumentation
Speed in fabrication is crucial for taking a product from the concept phase to final production parts. We developed rapid tooling solutions, guided our customer to select the correct resins, and used our design expertise to help our client overcome hurdles like dimensional accuracy, flatness, surface finish, and mold life.