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DESIGN WORLD: Autocam Medical Brings VentMI Device from 3D Prototype to Development in Under a Month

Researchers at the University of Michigan, collaborating with Autocam Medical, have tackled the COVID-19 crisis of potential ventilator shortages globally and developed VentMI™ in remarkable time—from prototype to available for use in under a month. This new ventilator splitter overcomes a previously critical limitation for shared use of these devices. Previous splitters could deliver only […]

GRBJ: Autocam Medical Filling Dozens of CNC Machinists Positions

A contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices is looking to hire dozens of full-time CNC machinists. Autocam Medical said this week it is seeking new CNC machinist employees to work the night shift at its Kentwood location, from 8 p.m.-6 a.m. Monday through Friday. The company will provide a shift pay […]

MURFREESBORO.COM: Autocam Medical Looking to Hire Up to 10 CNC Machinists in Murfreesboro

Autocam Medical, a global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices, announced that they are looking to hire up to 10 full-time CNC machinists to work the night shift in their Murfreesboro location. Applicants are required to have two or more years of CNC experience. They must also be capable of setting […]

SME: Autocam Medical Featured in SME’s Humans of Manufacturing Heroes Edition

When it comes to shifting production to aid in the COVID-19 pandemic, challenges can exist even if the product isn’t a sharp deviation from products you normally manufacture. That’s what Kentwood, Mich.-based Autocam Medical, a global contract manufacturer of orthopedic implants, spinal implants, precision instruments and orthopedic cutting tools, discovered. As the pandemic swept around […]

ODT: Autocam Medical Leaders Discuss Advancements in Orthopedic Device Fabrication

Medical industry technologies are evolving to serve more surgical and patient needs. People are living longer, with higher expectations for staying active as they age. Surgeons want better devices, instruments, and tools to help them achieve these goals—which in most cases requires state-of-the-art manufacturing and tight-tolerance machining. Machining continues to advance to meet the challenges […]