On display at the show were prototypes of new orthopedic curved needle suturing devices, featuring several small and intricate moving parts made with MIM at ATW Medical MIM facilities in Rhode Island and California. These intricate devices will be combined with tube cannulas made at ATW Medical's tube fabrication facility in Pennsylvania.

Prototypes of manual surgical instruments used in new surgeon-interactive hip and knee robotic arm technology were also on display at the booth.  

"We are excited to roll out the ATW Medical brand, which combines Judson Smith's decades of market leadership in endoscopy, A.T. Wall's deep experience in tubing for x-ray imaging, and Parmatech's MIM technology for dramatically lower product costs," said Tracy MacNeal, ATW's director of business development.