Thirty years of IOL innovation
Ocular Technology Inc was founded in 2001 by Richard Ingram. With over thirty years of experience in manufacturing intraocular lenses and a passion for helping the world see, Richard is well regarded in the industry. From setting up ophthalmic device companies around the world, to assisting in research and development for some of the most complex intraocular lens products on the market, OTI continues to be at the forefront of ophthalmic device innovation. Our systems and expertise accelerate startups in the research, design, and production phases, helping to bring precision medical products to market sooner.
There isn’t a single aspect of the IOL industry that OTI has not played a role in, but over the years we’ve found that we have an affinity for solving challenging ophthalmic device problems. So we began focusing our efforts on helping startups with their unique manufacturing and development challenges.
Beyond ophthalmic manufacturing
It’s no secret that our primary focus has always been optics and the intraocular device industry. But our micromaching knowledge is increasingly being used for emerging industries that require micron level precision. Some of these industries include medical implant devices, microfluidics, aerospace, and micro technology.
If you are working on a project that requires micron level precision machining or measurements, we can help.
Learn about what we offer
From the medical device industry to aeronautics, we serve any industry that requires micro-manufacturing.
With state of the art equipment and years of experience, OTI is prepared to meet your company’s unique needs.
Ocular Technology Inc. remains a small family owned operation. This makes us the perfect fit for startups looking to bring their ideas to life quickly, working closely with the people who are actually producing their products. Our employees who are not family are considered family, and have been with us for years. Everyone at our facility is skilled in the nuances of detailed medical manufacturing and micromachining.
Over the years we’ve been registered with the FDA under the QSR 21 CFR Part 820 standards as need arises. We are not currently registered as we are not producing finished medical devices for any of our customers at this time. We do however continue adherence to these standards. Should FDA compliance become necessary for any of our established customers in the future, the transition will be seamless. We are prepared to work with you at the level you require.
Our quality policy is, Complete Customer Satisfaction (CCS). View our entire quality policy here.
Most of our customers have come to us through word of mouth, and most return to us as their primary medical device solution. Without our customer first policy and mindset going into each project, we would not be where we are today.