TAG3 was founded by three medical device industry experts with the vision of offering unmatched product design, development, and manufacturing services to the medtech sector.
The combination of our company culture, quality and business systems allows us to provide best-in-class services with unparalleled speed.
Each member of TAG3’s management team has more than 20 years of medical device design, development, and manufacturing experience.
Victor’s experience includes Class III and II devices development and manufacturing. His expertise includes FDA and EU requirements for the commercialization of medical products, with an emphasis on vascular devices (implant delivery systems, medical device manufacturing processes and design / process excellence -six sigma-). He has served as New Product Development Engineer for the Cardiology Division of Cordis / Johnson & Johnson and as Research and Development Engineer for the endovascular stent-grafts business of Medtronic, Inc. He has issued and pending patents in the fields of insulin infusion pump technology, pain management with electrical stimulation technology and minimally invasive vascular intervention.
Scott has over twenty years of engineering experience in the medical device industry developing and commercially producing devices used in gastroenterology, ophthalmology and cardiology. His expertise includes product design, product development, R&D to production transfer, manufacturing process development and supply chain. Mr. Arp has also extensive expertise in machining and metrology. He has served in several start-up companies including Medcanica, Innovia and Syntheon, designing and developing products ultimately acquired by industry giants such as Medtronic, Boston Scientific, Johnson & Johnson and Stryker. He has over 10 patents, all in the medical devices arena.
Damian has served as Project Manager and Product Development Engineer for Class II and III medical products at Cordis Neurovascular (vascular devices) and CR Bard Corporation (general surgery, urological devices). He has led the development of a number of implantable and single-use medical device projects from concept to launch, managing cross-functional teams which have included internal associates, remote associates and external suppliers. He holds a MSc. in Biomedical Engineering (Johns Hopkins, 2001) and BSc. in