BONEZONE

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 In the world of orthopedic and arthroscopic surgical tools, one name distinguishes itself from the rest – and has for over two decades: Huron Tool & Cutter Grinding. What began as a modest tool and cutter grinder back in 1956 has evolved into a proven technology leader in surgical cutting tools. Huron has been recognized as the "go-to" company – It's a reputation we've earned through hard work and dedication, and we consider it our ongoing mission to excel. Product Expertise: • Cannulated or Solid Drills, Taps & Reamers • Bone Screws • Handled Instruments • Multiple Component Assemblies • External Fixation Pins • Intramedullary Reamers • Long Reamers, Coring Reamers Our versatile capabilities and services include: • Robotic CNC Manufacturing • Cutter Grinding, Swiss Turning, Milling • Gundrill and Wire EDM • Laser Marking and Engraving PRECISION. PRODUCT. PERFORMANCE Huron Tool and Cutter Grinding Co Inc 2045 Wellwood Ave Farmingdale, NY 11735 United States 631-420-7000 (phone) 631-420-7007 (fax) Website www.hurontool.com Founded 1956 Contact Rick J. Cosenza Vice President Rick.Cosenza@Hurontool.com Facilities 20,000 sq. ft. Staff 40 employees Registration/Certification ISO 9001:2008 ISO 13485:2003 • Heat Treating, Electropolishing, Passivation & Anodizing • Titanium Nitride & Chrome Coating • Color Coded Instrument Identification • New Product Development & Prototype Design • In-House Performance Testing • ISO 9001:2008 Certified Quality System • ISO 13485:2003 Certified Each year, we invest in advanced new equipment to remain on the vanguard of instrument manufacturing, ensuring better costs, shorter lead times and long-term customer satisfaction. Within our own inhouse testing lab, we are able to compare geometric designs to ensure product superiority and consistency. When it comes to our manufacturing abilities, surgeons and healthcare distributors alike know the level of superior quality that goes into every product we manufacture.

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