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C5 medicalwerks.

C5 medicalwerks

2451 River Road

Grand Junction, CO 81505

Phone: (877) C5WERKS

E-mail: info@c5



Year Founded: 2005

Number of Facilities: 1

Annual Sales: N/A



C5 Medical Werks is a leading provider of ceramic components for medical implant applications. A subsidiary of long-time ceramics manufacturer CoorsTek, C5 Medical Werks will carry 100 years of traditions, heritage, and ceramic materials expertise into the medical implant industry. The company has state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities to meet the demanding needs of these applications including advanced materials development, forming technologies, firing equipment, and precision finishing capabilities. C5 intends to continually improve its core competencies of operations expertise, materials expertise, and custom engineering through the use of a single quality management system that is designed to meet the requirements of ISO 73485, the Food and Drug Administration's Quality System Regulation; 21 CFR 820 and all other applicable governmental regulations.


Orthopedic implant markets, dental implant markets.


We offer a wide range of nimble and responsive manufacturing capabilities to ensure high-quality, premium ceramic components. Our state-of-the-art facility was built from the ground up with the latest technology and best-practice processes.

We help you select the best ceramic material for your specific application's requirements to ensure optimal performance and cost effectiveness. All of our materials are biocompatible, high-purity ceramics. We offer:

* implant-grade alumina and zirconia

* alumina/zirconia composite (YZTA)

* complete characterization capabilities

* material certification

* custom material development

Extremely durable and long-lasting, our biocompatible ceramic components work in a variety of applications including: ceramic forming

* isostatic pressing

* dry pressing

* extrusion

* injection molding

* green forming

* CNC milling

* CNC turning specialty firing

* gas and electric kilns

* hot isostatic pressing


* CMM (optical & probe)

* profilometer

* roundness

* cyhndricity


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Publication:Orthopedic Design & Technology
Article Type:Company overview
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2009
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