Omnica designed and engineered Rapid Release’s PRO2, a lightweight FDA registered Class 1 medical device that is ergonomically designed to provide the maximum amount of comfort to patients and practitioners. PRO2 delivers precisely targeted energy that relaxes muscles and relieves minor aches and pains by combining high speed vibration and a short-stroke. Five built-in treatment heads that deliver precise, continuous vibration treating a variety of aches and pains. Using the PRO2 gives practitioners the dynamic range to safely and effectively treat the smallest TMJ muscles to the more expansive muscles (quadriceps, hamstrings, lower back, etc).
Now common in both the medical and motion picture industries, Omnica helped pioneer radio opaque and retro-reflector markers used in medical telemetry and motion capture applications. DFMA and manufacturing fixtures were also developed for prototyping quantities during development.
M-PACT® American Orthopedic™ Cast Cutter by M-PACT®, is a heavy-duty, rugged, specialized tool that’s ideal where more than five casts are removed per day. Lightweight, yet powerful, fast and durable. Easy to operate. Quiet operation. Better balance decreases user fatigue. Hexagonal blade mounting system provides positive blade drive and prolongs blade life. Choose plaster or synthetic cast blades. 6.5 lbs.
One of the most visible projects that Omnica has developed was the family of Becton Dickinson locking sharps collectors that are found in healthcare facilities everywhere. Engineering the tipping point for a .5cc syringe and casting accurate, functional prototypes from silicone soft tooling were two of many challenges confronted and overcome.
Before PC tablets were commonplace (c. 1999), a software company engaged Omnica to design and fabricate a prototype special-purpose tablet to demonstrate its product. Omnica’s Industrial Design, electronics team and rapid prototyping machine shop teamed up to produce a beautiful titanium limited production device to excellent reviews.
Part of ‘Phase 3: Production Engineering’ often includes the design and fabrication of assembly and testing fixtures. Omnica has built hundreds of these using in-house engineering and fabrication resources.