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MD & DI: Autocam Medical Works with University of Michigan, Brings Vital Vent Splitter from Protoype to Production in Under a Month

MW Industries Inc., a manufacturer of precision metal components, has been playing a role in the supply chain for ventilators and other medical devices needed in the COVID-19 pandemic response. All of its locations have remained open to support the needs of its clients in every industry, including the following medical device industry support described […]

TODAY’S MEDICAL DEVELOPMENTS: University of Michigan, Autocam Medical, Make Medical collaborate amid COVID-19

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 […]

NED: Autocam Medical partners with the University of Michigan to tackle ventilator shortages

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 the shared use of these devices. Previous splitters could deliver […]

GRBJ: Partners create problem-solving ventilator splitter

Kentwood-based Autocam Medical partnered with researchers at the University of Michigan and a 3D printing company to develop a device that allows ventilators to safely treat two patients at once. The partners tackled the global shortage of ventilators by developing VentMI from prototype to market in under a month. The device is a new ventilator […]

BONEZONE: COVID-19 Amplifies Forecasting Challenges for OEMs and Suppliers

COVID-19 has magnified the challenges that OEMs and suppliers face in establishing manufacturing forecasts. Globally, manufacturers are responding to postponed procedures and even some facility closures. The pandemic dynamics are likely to create uncertainty for the orthopedic supply chain for the next 12 to 18 months. We hosted a virtual roundtable to gain insight from […]