Rapid Medical Parts

Rapid Medical Parts

A trusted digital medical supply chain. Leveraging technology to gain a competitive advantage in the fight against COVID-19.

Collaborating to Improve Patient Care

Our team is rapidly producing needed medical parts to sustain equipment and improve patient care, during this epidemic and beyond.

Missing parts, long lead times, obsolete parts can create dangerous inefficiencies in this time of crisis. Our design team can reverse engineer the part and manufacturing team can build that part quickly. We’ve assembled a team with over 100 years of design experience, and over 40 years of manufacturing expertise to create efficient workflows to combat this pandemic.

2019 STTR, Digital Maintenance Records With Blockchain Technology
2019 Downselect, Air Force Microelectronics Provenance Challenge
2020 SBIR, Trusted Digital Maintenance for the “Base and Depot of the Future”
2020 DOD DPA Title III, Emergency Ventilators

2020 Downselect, Enabling Technologies for Reverse Engineering and Additive / Agile Manufacturing Challenge

3D Printed Parts

Rapid Medical Parts gives healthcare professionals the ability to produce 3D printed rapid parts in as little as 24 hours. We provide a full lifecycle of production technologies, from 3D printed rapid productions to advanced prototyping and appearance modeling.


3D Printing Plastic Materials


3D Printing Metal Materials


3D Printing Composite Materials

Reverse engineer parts quickly, or create new parts
to bring rapid innovation to Patient Care.

Have an idea to innovate your care workflow and extend the capability of an existing machine, but need the parts to test it and make it work? Our design team can assist and our production team can get it to you quickly.

Our Team

James Allen Regenor
James Allen Regenor
Colonel USAF (ret)
Richard Groves
Richard Groves
Chief Investor Relations & Business Operations
Keaton Allen Regenor
Keaton Allen Regenor
Director, Business Development

Our Trusted Partners

Recent Rapid Medical Parts Updates

Press Release: 5/19/2020 | EVS-4: Emergency Ventilator Solution receives a Department of Defense DPA Title 3 Cooperative Agreement
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Article: 4/27/2020 | Harvard Business Review: How the Pandemic Is Pushing Blockchain Forward.
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Article: 4/25/2020 | Business Insider: A medical device built over Zoom could help solve ventilator shortages and change the way hospitals treat respiratory illnesses beyond the coronavirus.
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Article: 4/8/2020 | The Buffalo News: In just 12 days, Buffalo startup goes from idea to Pentagon contract for ventilators.
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