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Danco Anodizing

Company Address

P.O. Box 2050
2450 Deelyn Dr.
Warsaw, IN 46580
United States

Company Information

Phone: (574) 269-5900
Fax: (574) 269-5966

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Company Description

Since 1971, Danco has been meeting the needs of many diverse industries for technically superior surface treatments such as Titanium Anodize, Aluminum Anodize, LFC Plating, Electropolish, Passivation, and various other surface treatments to support our customer needs. Danco representatives can provide comprehensive technical assistance on how the various coatings may affect performance and costs. Contact us at any of our locations domestically or internationally and we will be pleased to discuss your product’s application.

Buyer's Guide

  • Bringing Imaging to the Cloud

    Bringing Imaging to the Cloud

    Sean Fenske, Editor||February 24, 2017
    As imaging gets more high tech, so too must the solutions that enable more convenient viewability of it.

  • Filling the Gap In Spinal Fusion

    Filling the Gap In Spinal Fusion

    Sean Fenske, Editor||January 31, 2017
    One company has addressed the “performance gap” that’s left in spinal fusion procedures with a unique technology solution.

  • Concerning the Recent FDA Guidance on Bone Anchors

    Concerning the Recent FDA Guidance on Bone Anchors

    William A. Hyman, Professor Emeritus of Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University, & Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Engineering, The Cooper Union||January 11, 2017
    The new draft may increase the effort level necessary to bring a bone anchor to market.

  • Let’s Keep It Clean, Folks

    Let’s Keep It Clean, Folks

    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor||February 23, 2017
    Ensuring devices are properly ‘cleaned and pressed’ in sterile packaging is often undervalued, but always important.

  • Surgical Sophistication

    Surgical Sophistication

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer||February 23, 2017
    Complex procedures, robotic systems, and infection prevention are driving innovation in surgical instrumentation.

  • Status Quo

    Status Quo

    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor||November 22, 2016
    The orthopedic industry’s unexceptional year lacked the poignant moments and historic flavor of 2015.

  • Precision, Speed,  and Cost—Oh My!

    Precision, Speed, and Cost—Oh My!

    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor||November 22, 2016
    Orthopedic device prototyping labs work to collude precision with short lead times and monetary concerns.

  • Maximizing Margins with DFM

    Maximizing Margins with DFM

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer||November 22, 2016
    Design for manufacturing speeds development, compliance, and approval while trimming away costs.

  • Spinal Tap

    Spinal Tap

    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor||September 20, 2016
    Minimally invasive procedures, biologics, and patient-centric business models are driving growth in the global spine market.

  • Leading the Pack

    Leading the Pack

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer||September 20, 2016
    In the face of ever-increasing challenges and demands, machining is still the top process for orthopedic manufacturers.

  • Pay Attention, This Will Be on the (Device) Test

    Pay Attention, This Will Be on the (Device) Test

    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor||September 20, 2016
    Advanced materials and manufacturing methods for orthopedic technologies challenge testing service providers to stay current.

  • Capital Investments

    Capital Investments

    Sean Fenske, Editor||May 23, 2016
    Prior to making an investment in a new machine, orthopedic device makers need to consider an array of factors.

  • The Gatekeepers

    The Gatekeepers

    Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor||May 23, 2016
    Surface treatments serve as the front lines of human-device interaction.

  • State of (Implant) Affairs

    State of (Implant) Affairs

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer||May 23, 2016
    Implant manufacturing has seen few significant changes, but additive manufacturing and advanced materials could change that.

  • Formation


    Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor||March 23, 2016
    Materials form the platform for orthopedic devices achieving biocompatibility in ways more novel than ever before.

  • R&D Outlook

    R&D Outlook

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer||March 23, 2016
    Contract manufacturers play a bigger role as OEMs try to reduce costs.

  • Sterilizing Risk

    Sterilizing Risk

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer||February 17, 2016
    Device manufacturers want more sterilization options at lower costs with no clinical concerns.

  • Using Simulation in Medical Device Design

    Using Simulation in Medical Device Design

    Gareth James, Contributing Writer||November 17, 2015
    Image-based modeling and simulation are becoming increasingly common for device design.

  • A Hair’s Width: The Importance of Precision in Prototyping

    A Hair’s Width: The Importance of Precision in Prototyping

    Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor||November 17, 2015
    Orthopedic device prototyping demands a level of precision that is non-negotiable in today’s world of customized, unique implants.

  • Testing: A Customized Approach

    Testing: A Customized Approach

    Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor||September 15, 2015
    Testing service providers consider each screw, plate and implant as unique as each OEM customer that makes them.

  • ODT Tenth Anniversary

    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor||September 15, 2015
    A decade of orthopedic innovation has made yesterday’s science fiction fantasies a reality.

  • Orthopedic Manufacturing: A Look at the Current State of Product Development

    Ronald Litke and Christopher Scifert, Contributing Writers||August 5, 2015
    For many orthopedic OEMs, R&D means enhancing existing products, getting them to market quickly, keeping costs down and exceeding regulatory requirements.

  • A Race to the Finish

    A Race to the Finish

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer||May 27, 2015
    Orthopedic device makers look for improved functionality and performance of their implants from enhanced surface modifications and coatings.

  • Model Prints

    Model Prints

    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor||May 27, 2015
    Additive manufacturing provides an ideal way for doctors to rehearse complex orthopedic procedures, but the technology remains cost prohibitive for large-scale production.

  • Something Shiny, Something New

    Something Shiny, Something New

    Ranica Arrowsmith, Associate Editor||May 27, 2015
    The human body is still revealing new secrets to scientists, keeping implant manufacturers on their toes.

  • CMOs Adapt to a Changing R&D Landscape

    Ranica Arrowsmith , Associate Editor||April 1, 2015
    Development-focused R&D becomes the norm in a new technological and economic environment.

  • Polymer Principles

    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor||April 1, 2015
    Innovations in plastics and bioresorbables continue to push the boundaries of medtech materials.

  • Sterilization: Coming Clean

    Sterilization: Coming Clean

    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor||February 18, 2015
    Gamma and Ethylene Oxide are still dominant sterilization methods but new approaches are driving down costs and improving speed to market.