G&G Precision, Inc. was founded in 2004 by Rich Griffith and Paul Gombar as a small job shop tailored towards product development engineers. Prior to founding G&G, Rich Griffith and Paul Gombar began their working relationship doing medical device product development for a cardiology company. This collaboration sparked the idea of a job shop with an emphasis on a working relationship with engineering customers. G&G occupies a spacious facility in Winder, Georgia. It is also certified in the scope of contract manufacture of medical devices, precision machined castings, and aerospace components and is committed to maintaining a professional and clean work area.
All of their machined parts are strictly verified and inspected after machining is complete. The firm makes extensive use of SolidWorks® CAD software, bringing concepts, ideas, and models to realization. They are committed to the fabrication of product that meets all customer requirements with ontime delivery while continually striving to improve customer satisfaction through focus engineering and quality control. SNNLive spoke with Paul Gombar, President of G&G Precision Inc., at SEMDA 2014 Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Getting right into it with a description of the company, Mr. Gombar describes G&G Precision as, “a private firm based out of Winder, Georgia. We service a wide array of products in the medical industry. Everything from head to toe, mainly orthopedics, but not limited too, and we’ve been doing it about 11 years.” He adds that the types of devices they make includes, “anything from fixation devices, spinal cages, cervical cages, spinal plates, and bone screws in different areas of the body. We’re constantly working with doctors and engineers to develop new, better products.”
Mr. Gombar explains that ideas for necessary products are derived from, “attending surgeries and observing them so that we can best develop the product and understand it. We’ve shown and trained our workforce in exactly what's happening so that they can know best about every piece that they are making.” He concludes by explaining why they are at SEMDA, stating that “we came here today mainly to let people know that we exist in the greater Atlanta area and we feel that we are a small part of the big picture in that we could reduce the timeline and cost for people to get to market and we have for 11 years.” For more information about G&G Precision, Inc., check out their website at http://ggprecision.com/.
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