Precision Medical Machining and Prototype Development

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Precision Medical Machining and Prototype Development

RJC has a medical device machine shop specializing in CNC precision medical machining. A number of highly complex orthopedic medical devices are created on a regular basis here at RJC, including cannulated hip screws, locking pins and nails, pedicle screws, bone plates, maxoclofacial screws and implants and mandibular joint replacement devices. We also specialize in cardiovascular medical equipment, such as trocar devices, tunnellers, peristaltic pump components and import and outport connections for left ventricular assist devices (LVADs). Even some dental and optical tools are machined at our shop. The wide range of customized devices available at RJC has allowed our medical device machine shop to become one of the top competitors for outsourcing medical devices.

To help with your medical device development, RJC also offers manufacturing your medical prototypes. Not only do we manufacture components on a regular basis, we are also able to easily adapt any new designs to our versatile inventory of machinery. The CNC capabilities at RJC include 4-axis and 5-axis milling as well as 3-axis turning. Fine precision machining and laser engraving are available as well. Our talented team at RJC also works with a wide range of materials, including aluminum, steel, plastic, rubber, ceramics and titanium. The variety of services and capabilities at RJC make it a “one-stop shop” for all your medical device machining needs.

RJC’s large facility and superior business practices have allowed our medical device machining shop to provide fast, efficient service to our customers for almost 20 years. To remain competitive, we are constantly completing full testing and quality inspection on all of our equipment and machinery. RJC’s commitment to quality service has provided customers with high-precision medical prototypes for medical device development and production machining of medical parts at a manageable cost.

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