Medical Device Designer Engineers are often faced with tough choices.  Sourced components are key to enabling their designs, dimensions must be defined and the materials selected. Often the component specifications frame what can be easily known and practically measured.  It is only when the component is assembled into the device that performance can be well understood.

Every catheter design engineer I have ever known has stories about components that should have worked, but didn’t work.  Sourced parts that once worked, and then without warning, didn’t work. Struggles in assembly with yields dropping. production stopped.  Mounting pressure, growing backorders.  When they reached out to their component sources for help, they were told that the parts met specification, suggesting the story ended there.  In fact, it’s not the end of the story.  It’s a beginning.

With trust and collaboration between component suppliers and medical device engineers, these moments present unique opportunities for discovery.  A chance to build something better than was originally envisioned.  Elegant and robust solutions.

This is our commitment to our customers.  We commit ourselves to understanding well, those component elements that are critical to performance.  We will work hand-in-hand with our customers to help them.  After all, their success is our success.

Behind the specification is a world of opportunity.

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