Remington Medical is known for creating innovative manufacturing processes for devices that don’t have one. Take a look at our most recent case study to discover how we helped Brijjit Medical develop a custom medical device manufacturing process for their force modulating tissue bridge device.
Brijjit Medical developed the force modulating tissue bridge, a noninvasive medical device that reduces tension when closing and supporting wounds. Its use may also be extended into the post-closure healing phase to continue tension reduction, improving final scar appearance so wounds can heal beautifully. Brijjit partnered with Remington to design and manufacture this unique device that bridges how surgeons close wounds and how patients heal.
Brijjit is a small company that didn’t have a straightforward medical device manufacturing process in mind, so there was no plan for assembly, product lifecycle management, sterilization, or packaging.
Once the Remington team defined a custom manufacturing strategy for the device and started production, a problem arose when the device’s material failed.
The Remington team found that this unique device required a detailed manufacturing process from start to finish. Each device’s component needed to be assembled differently, from the applicator to the backbone component. We also determined that a new material type was required for the device to survive the manufacturing process and function properly.
Our customers never get a one-size-fits-all manufacturing solution. At Remington, we customize everything, from design to sterilization and packaging.
After the original material failed to withstand the production line, Remington helped Brijjit work through what to change, communicating with the supplier to help choose an alternative material. Then, we ran a small production with the new material to make sure it functioned correctly.
We used a variety of solutions and processes to produce the medical device’s components. Our team used injection molding to create the device’s applicator and back bone and ultrasonic welding to assemble the pressure-sensitive adhesive onto the backbone.
Finally, we developed and tested a custom medical device packaging and sterilization solution for the force modulating tissue bridge device.
With Remington’s help, Brijjit developed a custom solution, resulting in an innovative device. We used our high-quality engineering, design, packaging, and sterilization skills to bring this innovative product to market launch promptly. We worked diligently with Brijjit’s quality control and regulatory team to ensure we exceeded device requirements, resulting in a successful product launch.
Remington offers contract manufacturing services from our two facilities in Georgia and our nearshore facility in the Dominican Republic. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities allow us to provide turnkey customer solutions with unmatched medical parts manufacturing processes.
When you need to launch a new or revised product, and your company is facing time-to-market constraints, our facilities’ medical manufacturing systems fulfill your needs from concept to delivery. Our contract manufacturing customers serve a wide variety of specialties, so we’re experienced in creating customized solutions for unique needs and timelines. Contact us today to learn more about our contract manufacturing services.
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