ODT Forum in Memphis Tennessee is May 2 -3rd – Join Able Electropolishing and Register Today

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Able Electropolishing will be sponsoring and attending the ODT Forum in Memphis Tennessee on May 2nd and 3rd. This will be the fourth year of this important event. The topics this year will cover the best methods to achieve both technical and operational excellence in orthopedics.

Coming up next month is the ODT Forum in Memphis, Tenn., on May 2-3rd. Able Electropolishing will be participating at this important orthopedic industry event, and we encourage you to register today and come see the solutions we have to offer your company.

Able Electropolishing will be attending the ODT Forum in Memphis Tennessee on May 3rd as a sponsor. This conference unites everyone in the orthopedic manufacturing community and this year the theme of the event is achieving both operational, and technical excellence in the field of orthopedics.

Professionals in the orthopedic manufacturing community will gather to discuss and share the advancements being made in the industry. Attendees can educate each other on the latest industry news while networking with peers and industry leaders. When asked, 92% of people who have attended this event in the past were “extremely satisfied” with their experience.

This marks the 4th year of the ODT Forum which is hosted by well known orthopedic publication, Orthopedic Design & Technology. The publication has been published for 6 years and is considered the leading publication in the industry. The objective of the event is to join all the players in the orthopedic manufacturing industry to work together with the collective goal of improving the overall industry.

The more professionals and companies in the orthopedic industry that attend the event the more valuable it will become. Able Electropolishing Vice President of Sales, Tom Glass encourages peers and affiliates to join Able Electropolishing at this important event. “Coming up next month is the ODT Forum in Memphis, Tenn., on May 2-3rd. Able Electropolishing will be participating at this important orthopedic industry event, and we encourage you to register today and come see the solutions we have to offer your company. Thanks and hope to see you at the ODT Forum!”

This year the conference is made up of several presentations, a panel discussion as well as built in opportunities for networking throughout the day. Presenters include Lee Berger, MD of Ortho-Tag, Dr. David M. Anderson of Build-to-Order Consulting, Steven Mounts of Musculoskeletal Clinical Regulatory Advisers, Scott Hay of 3D Engineering and Tim Ruffner of GPI Prototype & Manufacturing Services, Inc.

The panel discussion will feature Barbara Blum Ph.D. of Wright Medical Technology, Inc and Chris Patterson of Medtronic.

Some of the ideas and topics that will be covered in these presentations include:

  •     The move towards wireless and implantable technology in the medical field.
  •     Ideas and tips on where to cut the cost of medical devices and where not to.
  •     Ensuring proper validation.
  •     Advances in technology and new techniques.

For attendees able to arrive on May 2nd, the event will kick off a day early with factory tours of Orchid Orthopedic Solutions and the Fed Ex Hub. Space is limited for these tours and registration is required.

Since 1954 Able Electropolishing has been providing metal finishing services from a state of the art Chicago facility. The services include passivation, electropolishing as well as other various metal finishing techniques. The company provides metal finishing services within the United States as well as overseas.

The success of the ODT Forum depends on the attendance of all players in the orthopedic manufacturing industry. Join Able Electropolishing at the ODT Forum in May by visiting the event website and registering today.

Learn more about the orthopedic manufacturing services offered by Able Electropolishing by visiting http://www.ableelectropolishing.com/

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