New & enhanced capabilities will boost speed to market for high quality, complex medical devices
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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
Our people, partnerships, and proven processes have reduced time to market by up to 60% and have achieved cost reductions of up to 85%.
The tube is the foundation of many medical devices. Is your tubing supplier taking a holistic approach that will help you avoid costly missteps?
Hear from Viant’s CEO Alton Shader how ‘we’re in it for life’
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.
While new materials are being made available, orthopedic device makers still lean on the well-established options for most new development.
Bringing a product to market is heavily layered with external factors like competition, regulatory requirements and technology advancements in materials and design and development tools.
Hopefully, these questions provide useful information for anyone unable to meet with them at the event or those who are not headed to Germany this year.
Packaging engineers likely get more than their share of flak during the holidays when family members unwrap hard-to-open packages. They have also seen their share of packaging challenges at work.
Global Services Provider Continues to Expand Capabilities with Newest Acquisition