November 15, 2018 Time: 6:00 PM
Community Tissue Services – Center for Tissue, Innovation and Research
2900 College Drive Kettering, OH 45420
The Center for Tissue, Innovation and Research helps fulfill the Community Tissue Services mission of saving and enhancing lives through process, distribution, research and development of allograft tissue locally, nationally and internationally.
The development and utilization of emerging technologies in tissue engineering and biomechanics assist Community Tissue Services in the discovery of innovative solutions that enhance tissue transplant technology.
All musculoskeletal and skin tissue grafts recovered by their tissue centers and recovery partners across the United States are processed in Kettering, OH and then returned to communities around the nation for transplant. Strict processing procedures are performed to ensure quality and safe tissue grafts for transplantation.
Register via email to Mike Monnier (email@example.com) by noon November 12
This month we are venturing to Springfield in partnership with chapter 76 for a tour of K.K. Tool. As a bonus, the hosts are catering dinner after the tour from Rudy’s Smokehouse! I hope you can join us and network with some of our fellow members in the Springfield area.
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April 10, 2018 Time: 5:30 PM
2122 Winners Circle, Dayton, OH 45404
Norwood Medical’s legacy of expertise in complex machining dates back as far as the 1920s, when it first opened its doors for business as a machine tool shop. Serving a thriving manufacturing sector through a good part of the twentieth century, Norwood Medical began its journey into medical device manufacturing in the early 1970s. As a contract medical device manufacturer, Norwood Medical first helped produce complex surgical devices for companies that were pioneers in the field.
Norwood Medical’s success supporting medical suppliers and its increasing focus on manufacturing medical devices spurred the company to dedicate all of its efforts to the medical industry in the late 1990s. The company quickly gained a reputation for tackling complex parts and projects that other contract medical manufacturers were unable to produce. Supporting customers in orthopaedic and minimally invasive surgery markets, Norwood Medical expanded its operations and continued to invest in new technology and equipment.
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Tour is limited to 30 people
Register via email to Mike Monnier (firstname.lastname@example.org) by noon April 9