Expansion at orthopaedic AM facility

March 1, 2019

Expansion at orthopaedic AM facility

Tangible Solutions additively manufactures a wide range of titanium implants


Tangible Solutions, located in Fairborn, Ohio, USA, has completed a 6,000 ft2 (550 m2) expansion of its Additive Manufacturing facility. The expansion was said to be in response to increasing demand for the contract manufacturing of its AM titanium medical implants.

The company manufactures a wide range of titanium implants, specialising in spinal applications. Support is available throughout the entire life cycle of orthopaedic implants, from conception of design through to 510(k) clearance, as well as transferring cleared devices from other vendors.

“Our customers have been very complimentary about part quality, along with the level of attentiveness and support we provide. This expansion will only stand to improve the very things our customers desire most,” stated Adam Clark, CEO.

Tangible Solutions was founded in 2013 and is ISO 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015 certified.



Expansion at orthopaedic AM facility

Tangible specialises in spinal applications

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