"Huge thanks to you and your team for all the incredible work you've done for us. With the units you've helped create we've given tens of thousands of demos worldwide. Those demos have driven sales, media attention, and developer interest in the entire category of virtual reality. You guys have made a big contribution to our momentum, and we owe you deep gratitude. Keep doing awesome stuff!!"
~Matt Ford, the Director of Industrial Design at Oculus VR
“At the pace that technology changes it’s great to have a partner like Mina Products. Mina has always exceeded our expectations in the world of rapid prototype and manufacturing capability. Their approach and expediency is proactive rather than reactive. I have no reservations in recommending them to any company requiring Quick Turn product development.”
~Matt Thomas, the Director of Mechanical Engineering at Oculus VR
DropShades are LED audio responsive glasses that light up to the beat of the music. Wear them in the club, at that next, long awaited festival, or wherever you can find sound. Made in the USA and well engineered, DropShades automatically adjust the audio sensor according to the volume of the surrounding environment. The glasses feature a rechargeable lithium ion battery that lasts for 14 hours and comes with a Micro USB to USB charger.
Brain Trauma Model
This model of the human skull was made for medical professionals to practice brain surgery. With a removable clear cast "skull cap", these medical professionals were able to practice trauma pressure relief alongside other surgery techniques. These models were created using cast foam materials.
Bard Biopsy Systems
We worked side by side with Bard Biopsy on several products. The housings for these biopsy machines were manufactured using cast urethane, with special detail being given to the trays and their unique handles.
DoD Tracheotomy Model
This was a special project for the Department of Defense. Using injection molding, we created a throat replica, with a movable tube, to simulate the look and feel of an actual tracheotomy. Special attention was paid to the inside cavity of the model, as we had to manufacture exact grooves to match those within the actual human throat.
This model was designed to train soldiers on how to perform tracheotomies in the field.