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  1. 1. Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 1 3/5/2012 12:06:41 PM
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  3. 3. 2012 ADVANCE PROGRAM Dear Orthopaedic Industry Professional, Advisory Panel Please join your peers and your partners in Chicago, Illinois Acumed LLC Ortho Development on June 13-14 for OMTEC 2012, the 8th Annual Ortho- Robert Johnson Corporation Vice President Bob Weston paedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Confer- of Operations & Director of Strategic ence. We are gearing up for a highly impactful and powerful Engineering Business Planning conference thanks to a steady flow of attendee and exhibitor Alphatec Spine, Inc. Orthofix, Inc. feedback. We’ve incorporated your ideas to improve your Thomas Solowczuk Paul J. Vasta, Ph.D. OMTEC experience. Director, Global Vice President of Sourcing Research & Development OMTEC’s foundation is education. The power-packed Arthrex, Inc. Lance Provance Smith & Nephew curriculum is custom-created to help address your most press- Supply Chain Orthopaedics, Inc. ing challenges and to identify opportunities for performance Manager Mark Hall enhancement, in addition to offering critical insights from Global Strategic Biomet, Inc. Sourcing Manager industry leaders. Several concurrently running tracks cover Howard Levy current and critical topics as well as those focused upon Chief Procurement Smith & Nephew Officer Orthopaedics, Inc. product design & development and supply chain management. David D. Kelman DePuy Orthopaedics, Vice President, More than 100 of our industry’s top suppliers and Inc. Hip Product Brandon Hipsher Development | service providers will be on hand to share their latest so- Manager, Regulatory Advanced Surgical lutions for your outsourcing and partnering needs. Our new Affairs Devices 45 minute power-networking “session” coupled with a pre- Exactech, Inc. Stryker event Welcome Reception increase your opportunities to Ronald Green Orthopaedics, Inc. make the right connections. Director, Matthew Poggie Manufacturing Senior Director, Engineering & Applied Technology An array of posters will be on display to inform you of Manufacturing Stryker cutting edge technologies and innovations. A re- Globus Medical, Inc. Orthopaedics, Inc. source area with books, manuals and tools for your immediate David Davidar Kenneth Trimmer application will be available, along with access to authors and Vice President, Senior Director, Knee Operations Implant Product experts. Development Integra LifeSciences Corp. Wright Medical In short, OMTEC = Performance Enhancement. Get Dale Davison Technology, Inc. smarter at OMTEC. Get connected at OMTEC. Then, get going Vice President Skip Flannery with precision and purpose. Engineering, Spine Vice President, Logistics K2M, Inc. & Materials Register to attend OMTEC 2012 at today! Rich Woods Senior Vice President, Zimmer, Inc. Engineering Erin Johnson Sincerely, Vice President, April C. Bright Medtronic Spinal and Trauma Biologics Research & General Manager Rodney Ballard Development ORTHOWORLD Inc. Director of Product Development Front cover: 3D CAD data and imagery provided by Zygote Media Group, Inc. Page 3Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 3 3/5/2012 12:06:44 PM
  4. 4. ADVANCE PROGRAM 2012 Who Attends! OMTEC brings together people with ideas, people with solutions and people with the motivation and desire to succeed and be better at what they do. Attendees include orthopaedic device company professionals from the entire spectrum of Research & Development, Manufacturing & Operations, Regulatory & Clinical Affairs and Executive Management from companies including: Acumed DJO Global Nanotherapeutics Small Bone Innovations Aesculap Implant Systems Exactech Nexxt Spine Smith & Nephew Alphatec Spine Flex Technology NuVasive Spinal USA Arthrex Globus Medical OrthAlign Spine Wave ArthroCare Integra Ortho Development SpineCraft Benvenue Medical K2M Orthofix SpineFrontier Binder Biomedical Lanx Orthopaedic Implant Company SterilMed Biomet Life Spine Orthopedic Sciences Stryker Cingular Orthopaedics MAKO Surgical OsteoMed Synthes Consensus Orthopedics MAZOR Robotics Pioneer Surgical Technology Titan Spine Cutting Edge Spine Medtronic Pipeline Orthopedics Tornier Del Palma Orthopedics Medyssey Relievant Medsystems Wright Medical Technology DePuy Orthopaedics Musculoskeletal Transplant Found. RTI Biologics Zimmer Who Exhibits! Orchid Orthopedic Solutions Carpenter Technology LH Medical Putnam Plastics Bradshaw Medical Centex Machining Mahar Tool Supply Rolled Alloys Metal Craft & Riverside Machine CIBOR (National Center of Marox Rollomatic and Engineering nnovation for Biomaterials in I Medical Coating Rosler Metal Finishing USA Greatbatch Medical Orthopaedic Research) Medin Sonoscan Seabrook International Directed Light Micro Machine Southeastern Technology Onyx Medical Donson Machine Microware Precision Surface Dynamics AceCo Precision Manufacturing Empirical Testing MSK Precision Products Syntec Scientific Acme Manufacturing Ensinger NeedleTech Products Tecomet Advantage Manufacturing FG Tool and Die NewScience Insurance - A Tegra Medical Technology Fairview Machine Division of Britton-Gallagher Teleflex Medical OEM AIPANCA Forecreu America Associates TeroLab Surface APS Materials Fort Wayne Metals Norman Noble Titanium Industries Arcam Foster Orthoplastics Total Plastics - Life Autocam Medical Gilbraltar Laboratories Pacific Instruments Sciences Division Avalign Technologies gSource PAK Manufacturing Triangle Bob Incorporated Haas CNC Machine Paragon Medical United Grinding Bodycote Hangsterfer’s Laboratories Phillips Precision Medicraft Vistek Medical Boedeker Plastics Image IQ Piper Plastics VSMPO-TIRUS US Branch Medical Ionbond PMC Westlake Plastics CA Tool Engineering Jarvis Surgical Precision Medical Products Wilsey Tool Cam Bioceramics Juno Pro-Dex Z-Medical CaP Biomaterials LAB Medical Manufacturing Promimic Page 4Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 4 3/5/2012 12:06:47 PM
  5. 5. 2012 ADVANCE PROGRAM At-A-Glance Mix and match from a power-packed educational lineup of concurrently running tracks focusing upon Current Critical topics as well as Design Development and Supply Chain Management. The most 2+ New 1 Posters current schedule is accessible from with updates streaming from @omtec_expo ical Techn Display! on Twitter. On Tuesday, June 12 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Exhibitor Registration Set-up 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm NEW! - Welcome Reception sponsored by Wednesday, June 13 8:00 am - 8:45 am Opening Panel Discussion: Sponsored By The State and Future of the Orthopaedic Industry: A High Altitude View 9:00 am Exhibit Hall Opens Auditing and Managing Suppliers Contract Manufacturers 10:00 am - 11:00 am Who Am I? Tools to Improve Personal Performance Followed by 1/2 hour Q A break-out session 10:00 am - 12:00 am Design Controls: Concept and Feasibility To Commercialization 11:15 am - 11:45 am Review of the Grace College Graduate Program for Regulatory and Clinical Affairs in Orthopaedics 11:15 am - 12:15 pm NEW! - Power Networking in Exhibit Hall (Experience the Orthopaedics Version of Speed Dating) 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Networking Lunch Sponsored By The Ten Ailments of Outsourcing 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Shared Pain, Shared Gain: Creating a More Collaborative Supply Chain for Implantable Devices 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm Custom-Tailored Imaging Analytics for Orthopaedic Research Product Development 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Running a Clinical Trial: How to Navigate Through the Regulatory Maze Orthopaedic Surgery and Aerospace Materials: Can a Joint Implant Fly? 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Vested Outsourcing: Five Rules that will Transform Outsourcing Taking the Frustration Out of Strategic Planning 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm Dissecting the FDA Warning Letter 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Networking Reception Sponsored By THURSDAY, June 14 8:00 am - 8:45 am Keynote Address: Orthopaedics and the Vampire Economy 9:00 am Exhibit Hall Opens 10:00 am - 11:00 am Price, Quality, Speed - Choose All Three 10:00 am - 11:15 am Supplier Panel Discussion 10:00 am - 12:00 pm FDA Inspections Workshop 11:00 am - 11:45 am Improving Manufacturability: GDT as a Tool - Not a Weapon Wednesday Morning Break sponsored by FMIHansa Save on a full conference pass by: • Connecting with your OMTEC EXHIBITOR OF CHOICE and obtaining an exclusive promo code! • Registering for EduQuest’s post-OMTEC education and obtaining an exclusive promo code! • Registering a group of 4 or more! The more folks you bring, the more you save! Wednesday Afternoon Break sponsored by Onyx Medical Page 5Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 5 3/5/2012 12:06:52 PM
  6. 6. ADVANCE PROGRAM 2012 KNOWLEDGE IS POWER Opening Panel Discussion Keynote Address The State and Future of the Orthopaedic Orthopaedics and the Vampire Economy Industry: A High Altitude View Lee D. Hieb, M.D., P.C., Orthopaedic Surgeon In light of the unrelenting challenges facing the orthopaedic in- dustry today, the Opening Panel Discussion aims to extract ac- Although once the bastion of a free market economy, tionable advice and insight from respectable industry leaders on America has become overtaxed and overregulated by how best to respond. Each panel member represents a sector of the an ever-growing bureaucracy. These policies target entire supply chain: Wall Street, Device Company, Supplier, Ven- all businesses, but are especially damaging to entre- ture Capital and Surgeon. Their breadth of industry knowledge preneurs and manufacturers. It is instructive to examine the history combines to make this discussion invaluable and a must attend of similar economies and how businesses adapted to survive. Dr. for all attendees! Hieb will discuss the principles of our current economic system and the implications of these for business investment and orga- Moderator: nization. David Floyd, Chief Executive Officer, OrthoWorx Dr. Lee Hieb has served in private practice for over 20 years, and this expe- Mr. Floyd, a 25-year veteran of the orthopaedic device in- rience led her to become an outspoken advocate for the free market solution dustry, served as President of Centerpulse Orthopedics, to healthcare. Dr. Hieb has served on the board of the Arizona Medical President and CEO of AxioMed Spine, President of Ab- Association, is immediate past president of the Association of American bott Spine and Worldwide President of DePuy Orthopaedics. A founding Physicians and Surgeons and a lifelong member of Alpha Omega Alpha Board member of OrthoWorx in 2009, he joined as CEO in 2011. Honor Medical Society. Panelists: Sessions Bill Plovanic, Managing Director, Equity Research, Medical Devices Analyst, Canaccord Genuity, Inc. Martin Browning Mr. Plovanic joined Canaccord in 2007 as a Managing President and Co-Founder Director, Medical Technology Equity Research Analyst. EduQuest, Inc. He has been a publishing sell-side analyst with coverage of medical de- vices for over 15 years. Bill Kolter, Corporate Vice President of Govern- Auditing and Managing Suppliers Contract ment Affairs, Public Affairs, and Corporate Com- Manufacturers munication, Biomet, Inc. Through recalls, seizures, injunctions and more, FDA has consider- able reach throughout each link of your supply chain. To survive Bill Kolter is a 27-year veteran of the orthopaedic device FDA inspections, you need to identify and fix weak spots before they industry, and a 24-year employee of Biomet, Inc., where compromise product safety and effectiveness. Learn FDA’s latest ex- he has served as Vice President of Marketing and Senior Vice President pectations for supplier management from a former senior FDA offi- of Commercial Operations for Biomet’s U.S. joint replacement division. cial and field investigator who helped to write the Agency’s Quality System Regulation for medical devices. This practical presentation Brian Moore, Chief Executive Officer serves as a preview of a 12-hour training course to be conducted by A Day With A CEO EduQuest immediately following OMTEC 2012. Please see Mr. Moore’s biographical information Martin Browning is the President and Co-Founder of EduQuest, Inc., a with his educational session notes on page 9. global team of FDA compliance experts based near Washington, D.C. Mar- tin has more than 30 years of regulatory experience at FDA and is a highly sought-after advisor to industry. Page 6Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 6 3/5/2012 12:06:59 PM
  7. 7. Cam Bioceramics will be present at OMTEC 2012 Please stop by at Booth 306 For more information about the Calcium Phosphate solutions you are looking for visit or email onno.visser@cambioceramics.comAdvance Program - 2012-2.indd 7 3/5/2012 12:06:59 PM
  8. 8. ADVANCE PROGRAM 2012 Karen Conway John Gagliardi Director, Industry Relations President GHX MidWest Process Innovation, LLC Shared Pain, Shared Gain: Creating a More Design Controls: Concept and Feasibility To Collaborative Supply Chain for Implantable and Including Commercialization Devices This scenario-driven session will use the design controls traceability Device manufacturers deliver advanced medical technology to pa- matrix as the backbone for discussion and design strategy. Using a tients every day, while the processes and technology from the point simple Class II orthopaedic medical device as an example, attendees of manufacture to the point of use remain relatively archaic, cost- will watch the process from concept and feasibility through and in- ing the industry more than $5 billion in waste annually. Nearly half cluding commercialization and post-commercialization processes. of those costs are borne by manufacturers, primarily in the form of low inventory turns and lost and expired product; the rest by their Dissecting the FDA Warning Letter customers. This shared industry problem demands a collaborative Join a step-by-step walk through all parts of an FDA Warning Let- solution. Learn how, by jointly automating shared business pro- ter. Come prepared with questions to leave with the most thorough cesses, manufacturers and healthcare delivery systems can improve understanding of all of a letter’s elements and what must occur after efficiencies, lower costs and gain access to more accurate and timely one is delivered. data to support critical functions such as demand planning, inven- tory management and regulatory compliance. FDA Inspections Karen Conway works with industry associations, standards bodies, gov- This session is all about preparing for and handling FDA inspec- ernment agencies, analyst firms and academic institutions to identify op- tions as a contract manufacturer specializing in orthopaedic medi- portunities to optimize supply chain operations and improve business and cal devices and assemblies. This session will enable you to pro- clinical performance. Karen was recently elected to the board of directors of cedurally direct an inspection using your quality management AHRMM, the supply chain organization for the American Hospital Asso- system to its best advantage. ciation. She has served as a Company Representative to the Medical Device Supply Chain Council since 2007 and serves as co-chair of the HIMSS Mr. Gagliardi’s successful 40-year track record in the Medical Device and Supply Chain Special Interest Group. Pharmaceutical industries stems from his practical approach to process ori- entation and business. He has been actively involved in research and devel- opment, quality assurance, training, operations, process architecture, FDA inspections and regulatory affairs. John specializes in building systems in a Allyn Decker, M.A., CPLP, Director of Graduate compliant and business-ready manner. Program in Orthopaedic Regulatory and Clinical Affairs (ORCA), Grace College Bill Greene Review of the Grace College Graduate Chief Executive Officer Level 3 Inspection, LLC Program for Regulatory and Clinical Affairs in Orthopaedics The OrthoWorx Center for Excellence in Orthopaedics offers the Price, Quality, Speed: Choose All Three nation’s only graduate program designed specifically by and for American manufacturing firms can’t afford to ignore opportuni- orthopaedic regulatory and clinical affairs professionals. Students ties to reduce new product development time by 30% or more— can earn a graduate certificate or a M.S. in Regulatory and Clinical and improve product revision program speeds by upwards of Affairs in this accelerated, one-year program. Allyn Decker, 50%+. We will look at ways to achieve all three aspects of success in Program Director, will explain key features of the program and orthopaedic device project management using Computer Aided In- share highlights from its inaugural year. spection (CAI), borrowing from the Triple Constraint model where- in quality, schedule and cost are usually assumed to exist in tension. Mr. Decker chaired the Communication Department at Grace College from 1986 to 1997. From 1998 to 2010, he was a Vice President for Lake Bill Greene is a co-founding Director of Level 3 Inspection, LLC and is City Bank in Warsaw, Indiana, where he developed and directed Lake leading the Strategy Development efforts while serving as Chief Execu- City University. In addition to directing the ORCA graduate program, tive Officer and Vice President Business Development for the company. Professor Decker teaches organizational management courses in the adult Having engineered and automated most manufacturing processes, Mr. degree-completion program at Grace College. Greene is well versed in the needs, opportunities and ROI requirements of modern manufacturing enterprises. Page 8Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 8 3/5/2012 12:07:03 PM
  9. 9. 2012 ADVANCE PROGRAM Tim Kulbago Brian Moore President and Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive Officer ImageIQ, Inc. A Day With A CEO Amit Vasanji, Ph.D. Susan Germaine Chief Technology Officer Founder ImageIQ, Inc. Germaine Consulting, LLC Custom-Tailored Imaging Analytics Who Am I? for Orthopaedic Research Product Tools to Improve Personal Performance Development Who am I? This session recognizes that the most important task we Imaging Analytics is a new and rapidly growing methodology all have is to manage ourselves, and acknowledges our fundamen- for extracting quantitative data that is buried deep within images. tal need to do a good job in this important process. We will focus What the human eye fails to see or quantify, imaging analytics can on two of our key roles in a business environment: the first being measure quickly, objectively and reproducibly. The resulting data is that of Business Executive. Next, we’ll address how to be aware of highly quantitative and can be “visualized” to facilitate communica- how you appear as both a leader and team member, and what level tion of device performance or safety to key stakeholders. Attendees of energy and engagement that you bring to these roles. We will will learn about the powerful impact imaging analytics can have finish with a QA session with an energy coach. on orthopaedic device research, product development, regulatory submissions and clinical studies. Brian Moore formerly served as the Chief Executive Officer of Symmetry Medical and of Mettis in the U.K. He now has his own consulting firm Timothy J. Kulbago has 14+ years of experience in the medical imaging providing mentoring services to executives and senior management, and industry. He also spent several years as a Research Assistant at the Ap- he is a strategist in the buying and selling of companies. plied Research Laboratory at The Pennsylvania State University, devel- Susan Germaine has been a management consultant for over 20 years, oping virtual reality training and visualization systems. working in the areas of leadership development and organizational effec- Amit Vasanji has 10+ years of experience with basic and clinical research tiveness. She founded Germaine Consulting, LLC in 1999. image acquisition, processing, analysis, visualization and software pro- gramming. He was the founder of Cleveland Clinic’s Biomedical Imaging and Analysis Center, and served as its Executive Director since 2005. Joe Soistman Principal Quality Manufacturing Solutions, LLC Sandra Maddock, RN, BSN, CCRA President IMARC Research, Inc. Improving Manufacturability: GDT as a Tool, Not a Weapon Join a brief review of the principles of Y14.5M 1994, a national Running a Clinical Trial: How to Navigate standard, commonly known as Geometric Dimension and Toler- Through the Regulatory Maze ance (GDT). Attendees will gain a better understanding of the Whether you are a company owner, project manager, engineer or use of GDT as a tool to improve manufacturability while main- assistant, you may be called upon to run a clinical trial or be in- taining design intent. volved in one, in some way. Attendees will learn about the FAIR Shake™ concept, which takes a complicated set of regulations and breaks it into four very simple questions to enable you to make Joe Soistman’s 30+ years of work experience include years at RAM educated decisions as you move through a trial. Optical Instrumentation and Optical Gaging Products. He also served in  a  quality  engineering  role with an orthopaedic implant manufac- Under Sandra Maddock’s leadership, IMARC Research was founded in turer, where he focused upon process improvement with an emphasis 1999 to deliver the highest-quality clinical research monitoring, auditing, on metrology techniques. His successful projects include design for training/development and consulting services. Sandra offers 15+ years manufacturability improvements, manufacturing improvements and of expertise covering a wide variety of medical devices. She is an active metrology process improvements with an emphasis on  GDT  imple- member of the National Association of Clinical Research Professionals mentation. and a founding member of the Northeastern Ohio Chapter of the Associa- tion of Clinical Research Professionals, where she has served as President, Membership Chair and Program Chair. Page 9Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 9 3/5/2012 12:07:08 PM
  10. 10. ADVANCE PROGRAM 2012 Don Urbanowicz Paul H. Wooley, Ph.D. Principal Chief Scientific Officer Urbanowicz Consulting, LLC CIBOR Taking the Frustration Out of Strategic Orthopaedic Surgery and Aerospace Planning Materials: Can a Joint Implant Fly? At companies everywhere, business executives are in some stage The majority of joint arthroplasty is conducted with material of an annual strategic planning process. They collect financial and components that are approaching 50 years of age, namely, poly- operational data, make forecasts and prepare lengthy presenta- ethylene-based plastics and metals, although some migration to tions with the CEO about the future direction of the business. Un- advanced materials has been accomplished in spine surgery. Im- fortunately, at the conclusion of the process, these same executives provements through the use of aerospace materials are focused express frustration by the lack of impact on either their own ac- on three major deficiencies of current orthopaedic implants: wear, tions or the strategic direction of the company. Although the annu- stress shielding and material biocompatibility. al planning process plays an essential role, the operative question is how to make the process more effective. Don offers suggestions Paul H. Wooley, Ph.D. is Chief Scientific Officer for the National Center that executives can employ to make existing processes run better— of Innovation for Biomaterials in Orthopaedic Research (nCiBOR) and and be more effective. Director of the Orthopaedic Research Institute in Wichita, Kansas. Urbanowicz Consulting, LLC (UC) is a medical device advisory firm with a musculoskeletal focus, seeking to enable prospective clients to Supplier Panel Discussion achieve their strategic goals by capitalizing on market opportunities. The Supplier Perspective: Best Practices in Don Urbanowicz has a 30-year track record in the healthcare industry, OEM/Supplier Relationships holding prior senior positions at Stryker, Smith Nephew, Sofamor Danek and Aircast. He has successfully developed and implemented Moderator: Howard Levy strategic planning and business development transaction lifecycle pro- Chief Procurement Officer, Biomet, Inc. cesses, pre-revenue and bolt-on transactions. Howard Levy has served as Chief Procurement Officer for Biomet since 2007. Prior to joining Biomet, Mr. Levy gained 20+ years of supply experience across diverse in- Kate Vitasek dustries, including leadership of all global strategic sourcing initiatives University of Tennessee at CSX, Navistar, Case New Holland and Ryerson. Panelists: Guy Bradshaw, Chairman and Chief Executive Of- ficer, Bradshaw Medical, Inc. The Ten Ailments of Outsourcing Many outsourcing deals are structured with fundamental flaws in Guy Bradshaw formed Bradshaw Medical in January the business model that prevent transformational results through 2006. The company specializes in the design and manu- outsourcing. This interactive session will allow attendees to diag- facture of spinal and orthopaedic instrumentation for its OEM custom- nose their own customer/supplier relationships to identify if they ers. have any of the most common outsourcing ailments that prevent success. John Ruggieri, Vice President of Engineering and Technical Sales, Seabrook International Vested Outsourcing: Five Rules that Will John Ruggieri is responsible for Seabrook’s manufactur- Transform Outsourcing ing engineering group as well as sales, marketing and business development functions. Founded in 1973, Sea- The University of Tennessee has researched leading companies brook specializes in surgical instruments, implants and devices for the that are challenging conventional outsourcing. Learn the Five orthopaedic market. Rules that will transform outsourcing, and find out why the Vested Outsourcing approach works. Trisha Mowry, Chief Executive Officer, Metal Craft and Riverside Machine and Engineering Kate Vitasek is a nationally recognized innovator in the practice of supply chain management and outsourcing. She is a faculty member at the Uni- Metal Craft and Riverside are leading partners in manufacturing for versity of Tennessee’s Center for Executive Education and is the Founder medical device surgical instrumentation and implants. Metal Craft has of Supply Chain Visions, a boutique consulting firm specializing in Sup- been providing exacting quality, unparalleled service and innovation in ply Chain Management. machining since 1978. Page 10Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 10 3/5/2012 12:07:15 PM
  11. 11. 2012 ADVANCE PROGRAM PEOPLE MAKE IT HAPPEN Partner up with this highly qualified and engaged collection of 2012 Exhibitors. 107. AceCo Precision Manufacturing 112-114. Branch Medical Group Boise, ID Phoenixville, PA 208-850-4449 (phone) 484-921-3000 (phone) 515. Acme Manufacturing Company 308. Britton Gallagher Auburn Hills, MI Life Sciences Division 248-393-4200 (phone) Cleveland, OH 216-658-7100 (phone) 718. Advantage Manufacturing Technologies, Inc. 307. CA Tool Engineering, Inc. Monroe, WA Churubusco, IN 425-485-3980 (phone) 260-693-2167 (phone) 508. AIP 306. Cam Bioceramics Daytona Beach, FL Leiden, Netherlands 386-274-5335 (phone) 31-71-5240600 (phone) 200. ANCA Inc. 609. CaP Biomaterials, LLC Wixom, MI East Troy, WI 248-926-4466 (phone) 262-642-2760 (phone) 115. APS Materials 231. Carpenter Technology Corporation Dayton, OH Reading, PA 937-278-6547 (phone) 610-208-2000 (phone) 314. Arcam AB 126. Centex Machining, Inc. Molndal, Sweden Round Rock, TX 46-31-7103200 (phone) 512-255-1477 (phone) 127. Autocam Medical 613. CIBOR (National Center of Kentwood, MI Innovation for Biomaterials in 616-541-8080 (phone) Orthpaedic Research) A WORLD OF MANUFACTURING EXPERTISE IN EVERY PART. Wichita, KS 316-247-7900 (phone) 212. Beijing Fule Science Technology Development Co. Beijing, China 532. Directed Light, Inc. 00-86-106-099-9862 (phone) San Jose, CA 408-321-8500 (phone) 201. Bob, Incorporated Minneapolis, MN 409. Donson Machine Co. 763-533-2261 (phone) Alsip, IL 708-388-0880 (phone) 119. Bodycote Thermal Processing Inc. 430. Empirical Testing Corp. Dallas, TX Colorado Springs, CO 513-307-4727 (phone) 719-264-9937 (phone) 232. Boedeker Plastics, Inc. 125. Ensinger Shiner, TX Washington, PA 361-594-2941 (phone) 724-746-6050 (phone) 224-226. Bradshaw Medical, Inc. 230. FG Tool and Die Co., Inc. Kenosha, WI Dayton, OH  262-925-1374 (phone) 937-294-1405 (phone)   Page 11Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 11 3/5/2012 12:07:20 PM
  12. 12. ADVANCE PROGRAM 2012 Go to and stay tuned to @omtec_expo for the most current list of exhibitors. 714. Fairview Machine Co., Inc. 206-208. Juno Inc. Topsfield, MA  Anoka, MN 978-887-2141 (phone) 763-427-6141 (phone) 502-600. FMIHansa Medical Products 109. LAB Medical Manufacturing Inc. Madison, AL Billerica, MA 256-461-0900 (phone) 978-663-2475 (phone) 712. LH Medical 606. Forecreu America, Inc. Fort Wayne, IN Chicago, IL 260-432-5670 (phone) 773-539-8501 (phone) 408. Mahar Tool Supply Company, Inc. 432. Fort Wayne Metals Warsaw, IN Fort Wayne, IN 574-267-0032 (phone) 260-747-4154 (phone) 708. Maple Leaf Tooling Solutions 113. Foster Corporation Ontario, Canada Putnam, CT 800-456-2427 (toll free) 860-928-4102 (phone) 137-236. Marox Corporation 513. Gibraltar Laboratories Holyoke, MA Fairfield, NJ 413-536-1300 (phone) 973-227-6882 (phone) 632. Mastin Medical Co. 237-336. Greatbatch Medical Zhejiang, China Clarence, NY 86-571-8635-3288 (phone) 716-759-5600 (phone) 730. MEDICALCoating 615. gSource, LLC Vaulx-en-Velin, France Emerson, NJ 33-4-72-81-22-62 (phone) 201-599-2277 (phone) 607. Medin Corporation 724. HFO Midwest (HAAS Factory Passaic, NJ Outlet) 973-779-2400 (phone) Twinsburg, OH 330-405-4227 (phone) 614. Metal Craft Riverside Machine and Engineering 124. Hangsterfer’s Labs Elk River, MN Mantua, NJ 800-964-1395 (toll free) 856-468-0216 (phone) 630. ImageIQ, Inc. 531-533. Micro Machine Company, LLC Cleveland, OH  Kalamazoo, MI 216-445-4054 (phone)    269-388-2440 (phone) 631. Ionbond 118. Microware Precision Co., Ltd. Madison Heights, MI Taichung City, Taiwan 248-398-9100 (phone) 886-4-2463-6275 (phone) 331. Jarvis Surgical, Inc. 518. MSK Precision Products, Inc. Westfield, MA Tamarac, FL 413-562-6659 (phone) 954-776-0770 (phone) Page 12Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 12 3/5/2012 12:07:28 PM
  13. 13. 2012 ADVANCE PROGRAM Go to and stay tuned to @omtec_expo for the most current list of exhibitors. 207. NeedleTech Products, Inc. 214. Precision Metal Products North Attleboro, MA El Cajon, CA 508-431-4000 (phone) 619-448-2711 (phone) 431. Norman Noble, Inc. 500-501. Pro-Dex Highland Heights, OH Irvine, CA 216-761-5387 (phone) 800-562-6204 (phone) 413. Onyx Medical Corporation 720. Promimic AB Memphis, TN Goteborg, Sweden 901-323-6699 (phone) 46-31-772-80-22 (phone) 209. Orthopaedic Regulatory and 537. Putnam Plastics Clinical Affairs – Grace College Dayville, CT Winona Lake, IN 860-774-1559 (phone) 855-267-6722 (toll free) 120. Rolled Alloys 131-133. Orchid Orthopedic Solutions Temperance, MI Holt, MI 734-847-0561 (phone) 517-694-2300 (phone) 330. Rollomatic, Inc. 612. Orthoplastics, Ltd. Mundelein, IL United Kingdom 847-281-8550 (phone) 44-1706-871-200 (phone) 101-102. Rosler Metal Finishing 433. Pacific Instruments, Inc. Battle Creek, MI ® Honolulu, Hawaii 269-441-3000 (phone) 808-941-8880 (phone) INSTRUMENTS 512. PAK Manufacturing, Inc. Irvington, NJ 973-372-1090 (phone) “OMTEC provides the convenience and opportunity to meet with my current supply base without having 507. Paragon Medical Pierceton, IN the interruption of the phone ringing or people 574-594-2140 (phone) knocking on my door. I also like to listen to the current marketplace trends from the seminars that are offered.” 437-536. Phillips Precision Medicraft Elmwood Park, NJ 201-797-8820 (phone) Jeremy Townsend, Senior Procurement Specialist, Wright Medical Technology, Inc. 509. Piper Plastics, Inc. Libertyville, IL 847-367-0110 (phone) 406. Seabrook International, LLC 506. PMC, LLC Seabrook, NH Cincinnati, OH 603-474-1919 (phone) 513-921-5040 (phone) 213. Sonoscan, Inc. 636. PPD Meditech Elk Grove Village, IL  Quebec, Canada 847-437-6400 (phone) 819-837-2491 (phone) Page 13Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 13 3/5/2012 12:07:33 PM
  14. 14. ADVANCE PROGRAM 2012 Go to and stay tuned to @omtec_expo for the most current list of exhibitors. 414. Southeastern Technology 530. Total Plastics, Inc. - Life Sciences Division Murfreesboro, TN Fort Wayne, IN 615-890-1700 (phone) 260-489-3656 (phone) 313. Surface Dynamics LLC 312. Triangle Cincinnati, OH Upper Saddle River, NJ 513-772-6635 (phone) 201-825-1212 (phone) 726. Syntec Scientific Corporation 732. United Grinding Shen Kang, Taiwan Miamisburg, OH 02-2778-7396 (phone) 937-859-1975 (phone) 706. Vistek Medical 407. Tecomet Ivyland, PA  Wilmington, MA 215-357-6956 (phone) 978-642-2400 (phone) 337-436. VSMPO – AVISMA Corporation 121. Tegra Medical Leetsdale, PA Franklin, MA 724-251-9400 (phone) 508-541-4200 (phone) 412. Westlake Plastics Lenni, PA 610-459-1000 (phone) “The quality of manufacturers present and breadth of services offered is first-rate. OMTEC 333. Wilsey Tool Company, Inc. is also sized just right where attendees do not Quakertown, PA 215-538-0800 (phone) feel overwhelmed by crowded halls or super- fluous exhibitors. The show focuses on putting OEMs in touch with quality suppliers and does 309. Z-Medical® GmbH + Co. KG an excellent job at it.” Tuttlingen, Germany 49-7462-945540 (phone) Will Garcia de Quevedo, Senior Development Engineer, Skeletal Dynamics 218. Teleflex Medical OEM Kenosha, WI 262-657-2800 (phone) 315. TeroLab Surface SAS Villeneuve le Roi, France 33-1-49-61-3434 (Phone) 220. Titanium Industries Rockaway, NJ 973-983-6229 (phone) Page 14Advance Program - 2012-2.indd 14 3/5/2012 12:07:36 PM
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