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Virtual tour of our complex machining and tube fabrication site, including a Center of Excellence for Arthroscopy/ENT shavers & burrs, in Wheeling, Illinois
Virtual tour of our thermoplastic injection molding & assembly facility in Suzhou, China
Virtual tour of our thermoplastic and elastomeric molding & complex assembly facility in Heredia, Costa Rica
The tube is the foundation of many medical devices. Is your tubing supplier taking a holistic approach that will help you avoid costly missteps?
Virtual tour of our Design & Development Center – West in Fremont, CA
Virtual tour of our vertically integrated precision metal tubing facility in Aura, Germany
Virtual tour of our orthopedic implant and instrument facility in Ft Wayne, Indiana
Virtual tour of our finished goods assembly & packaging facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Virtual tour of our molding & assembly facility in Tijuana, Mexico
A novel technique for mechanically joining nitinol to other metal tubing could reduce cost and mitigate risk.
Viant offers a broad range of metal processing capabilities, including specialized processes such as complex machining and precision tube drawing and fabrication.
Viant offers a wide range of thermoplastic and elastomer molding capabilities, including specialized processes such as blow molding and thermoforming.
30 times per second, a Viant capillary tube delivers life-enhancing medication to patients around the world. We’re in it for life.
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Virtual tour of our orthopedic implant facility in Chaumont, France.
A large supplier of orthopedic devices obtained an established arthroscopic product line as part of an acquisition.
A large surgical technology company was facing a competitive threat and needed to rapidly re-engineer one of its market-leading devices to lower the cost of use.
A fast-growing, midsize company in the spine market sought a supplier that could support the development of a new universal case and tray system for all its current and future reusable spinal surgery instruments.
A global surgical technology company needed an external partner to help develop and manufacture tubing for an advanced energy device with measurably better performance than other leading devices.
Successful OEMs recognize their top service providers as development partners instead of transactional suppliers.