Industrial Design teams are
not created equal.
All of our industrial designers have designed
complex medical products for decades. The five members represent more than 125 years of industrial design experience. They can
anticipate design, production and manufacturing issues before it's too
late to address them expediently. The designers are familiar with mechanical design principles, rapid prototyping equipment and most of our machinery. This
helps speed the design and prototyping
an engineering-oriented approach to Industrial Design and create products
that are functional, cost-effective and manufacturable as well as visually
Our Industrial Designers have the working knowledge to solve the challenges that occur in the product development
industrial designers work
closely with our electronic engineers and mechanical engineers to solve
challenges that most design teams are not trained to undertake. They
are involved throughout the entire product development process.
Access to a comprehensive mechanical engineering team and in-house electronic engineers at the
same facility are assets most organizations don't have.
Design professionals complement the rest of the team by always following design
for manufacturing (DFM) principles from the beginning of the
Corporation and Earl Robinson, our President were featured
in the article,
Computer-Aided Design to Enhance Product Development"
Device & Diagnostic Industry (MDDI)
about our industrial designers and how they approach their work in
Product Outsourcing Magazine "For
Industrial Designers, It's No Longer Over When the Ink Dries."