Stuck, Inc. has acquired BioCut System

Posted: November 1st, 2017

Milwaukee-based Stuck, Inc. has acquired Milwaukee-based BioCut Systems, an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer of cutting solutions to the bioscience industry specializing in regenerative medicine. Stuck, Inc. was co-founded by Jerry Jendusa, Paul Schulls and Jim Harasha in 2014 after Jendusa sold EMTEQ, the then-New Berlin-based company he founded in 1995 and built to more than… read more

New Bio-Format SterilCut 7T Press

Posted: January 3rd, 2017

Milwaukee, WI – BioCut Systems expands bio-format press product line. The new SterilCut 7T press is similar to the SterilCut 15T, it is clean room compatible, has near zero deflection platen and sub plate for precision, efficiency and accuracy. The seven ton press is constructed with stainless steel and has a 12 inch by 12… read more

Focus on Quality

Posted: December 19th, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – BioCut Systems has hired John Honkanen as Quality Manager, he has over 15 years experience developing quality systems. His primary responsibility is to promote and maintain a “quality culture” through world class quality management that focuses on continuous improvement of all activities. He will work to validate quality processes by establishing product/technical… read more

BioCut Systems Announces Affiliate Membership with the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB)

Posted: June 14th, 2016

In an effort to show commitment to the tissue banking profession, BioCut Systems has become an AATB Affiliate Member. This is the first year of the affiliate AATB membership category, BioCut Systems is proud to be recognized as an AATB Affiliate Member. “The work BioCut Systems does aligns closely to the mission of AATB, and… read more

BioCut Systems Exhibiting at the AATB Conference in New Orleans

Posted: June 3rd, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – BioCut Systems will be introducing the Cancellous C5 bone press and demonstrating the cutting and meshing capabilities of the SterilCut 40T press at the upcoming AATB conference in New Orleans this September. President Mark Jeske of BioCut Systems has been working within the industry for a decade developing and improving tissue cutting… read more

BioCut Systems Partners With Mindspike Design to Construct a New Website

Posted: June 3rd, 2016

We have partnered with local digital marketing agency, Mindspike Design to develop our new website. Mindspike’s web design and web development services are forward-thinking with a focused commitment to responsive web design meaning our website will easily be viewed on desktop computer, smartphone or tablet. Mindspike has assured the active users of the site, Quality Assurance, R… read more

Experience with a Great Demeanor

Posted: June 1st, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – BioCut Systems has hired Eric Schmitt. Eric’s background in lean manufacturing, process control and quality manufacturing standards will benefit BioCut Systems as he assumes the role of plant manager overseeing the day to day operations of quality assurance, engineering and production. President, Mark Jeske commented, “Our customers demand we look for every… read more

Medical Diecutting and Scalpel Cutting

Posted: March 31st, 2016

BioCut Systems, Inc. produces high quality dies and presses that create a system to complete projects in the medical field. However, the traditional method of scalpel cutting dominates the industry. We have compiled a comparison chart proving why our systems are superior to the traditional methods. Click here for our full chart comparing our medical… read more

BioCut Systems Introduces Its Official Facebook Page!

Posted: March 17th, 2016

In addition to our Twitter page @biocutsystems, BioCut Systems has created a new Facebook page: BioCut Systems, Inc. This page has photos and videos of the different products and systems we have to offer, as well as event updates such as expos we will be attending. Like our page today to get all the newest… read more

Top Features for Presses – A Letter From Our President

Posted: December 21st, 2015

We receive inquiries all the time asking about top features to consider when die cutting biologics. Most of our customers are leaving their scalpel behind and entering into the more efficient world of die cutting, but may not understand what makes a great press. I decided to compile a short list of the top features… read more