Instrument for determining bleeding or coagulation time:
A need has been demonstrated to provide a measure of the condition of a patientís blood prior to complicated surgery.  One measure of the that condition is bleeding or coagulation time.   An instrument has been developed, based on patented technology, to allow a blood sample to be quickly forced through a orifice simulating bleeding through a small wound in the body, and then measuring time required to coagulate.  NIH Grants for development were obtained by the inventor, and we have prepared instruments for an extended in-clinic field trial.

Device for segregating dental instruments during sterilization:
A client brought a simple idea to us which we proceeded to prototype, selecting a unique material for the application and had tooling built to produce quantities for product.  Subsequently the product was sold to a major dental distribution company.