DEC 2016

Published by ORTHOWORLD Inc., BONEZONE delivers strategic sourcing & product commercialization solutions to orthopaedic device company decision makers and their partners.

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Profile Featured Criterion has prototyped and produced precision components for use in medical instruments, bone screws, surgical implants and diagnostic instrumentation. With over 60 years of experience in machining close tolerance (+/-.0002), high precision components, Criterion is the place for your proof of concept, small production runs for clinical trials through production quantities. CNC 5-Axis Milling, CNC Turning, Swiss Turning, Prototyping, Certified Quality Assurance, FDA Registered, ISO 13485 & ISO 9001 Certified state of the art equipment and facility - these allow Criterion to be part of the solution for your next project. Machining Services: • Swiss Turning • Casting • CNC Turning • Plastics • CNC 5 Axis Milling • Prototype Machining • Contract Manufacturing CRITERION INSTRUMENT IS A PRECISION MACHINE SHOP, PRODUCING COMPONENTS FOR CLASS II & CLASS III MEDICAL DEVICES. Criterion Instrument/Criterion Tool & Die Inc 5349 West 161st St Brook Park, OH 44142 United States 216-267-1733 (phone) 216-267-4542 (fax) Website Founded 1953 Staff 35 employees Facilities 15,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space Contact Tanya DiSalvo President Registration/Certification ISO 9001 Certified FDA Registered ISO 13485 Certified Criterion Instrument/Criterion Tool & Die is a female-owned, non-union shop where continuing education is encouraged and funded. The management team, office staff, apprentices, journeymen toolmakers and precision machinists strive to remain current in the latest technologies and continue to develop their skills. Criterion Instrument also provides precision inspection and documentation service on our Global Advantage 5x5x5 mm CMM. To ensure accuracy and cleanliness, the CMM is in its own climate-controlled room.

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