Hygienic Method of Marking Parts
SMARTmark Lasers mark medical parts and devices in a way that can leave the surface smooth, eliminating bacteria & germ buildup.
Marks that Survive Passivation
Create a black mark using carbon migration that survives passivation and prevents oxidation.
Meet New FDA Requirements
New rules issued by the FDA in 2013, and going into law through 2020, specify that medical devices are required to include unique identifying numbers in order to improve patient safety and the speed of recalls.
Whether it’s on a surgically-implanted screw, a knee replacement or prescription drug packaging, the right mark on the right part is crucial for patient safety, efficiency and accuracy in the healthcare industry. Download this paper for more information on the FDA track-and-trace regulations, implementing part serialization/traceability, and how MECCO helped one medical device manufacturer with a solution.
We're used to tackling manufacturers' challenges across various industries. Take a look at some of the systems we've built to help streamline marking and traceability.
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