Cutting Back on Medical Device Waste
Our team is filled with innovative designers and engineers who overhaul medical devices to make them efficient and effective.
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That’s why, in honor of Earth Day, we thought we’d take a look at how our team is working to cut back on medical device waste.
It Starts with Design
When we approach a project, we do so with a focus on efficiency and quality. We want the medical devices we create to have as few parts as necessary and to be designed to eliminate excess materials.
Why? It’s simple. When we design medical devices with fewer parts, it provides fewer opportunities for misaligned parts, poor fits, or adhesive failures. Similarly, when we design to eliminate excess material, it’s so we can keep your costs down and make materials go even further.
It Moves to Production
Cutting back on medical device waste doesn’t stop in the design phase. When we start manufacturing our designs, our team keeps a close eye on the process. In fact, if anything goes wrong, all of our team members are able to pause production so we can figure out what the issue is.
We do this so we can focus on the quality of the devices we’re putting out, but we also do it so we make sure that we don’t create defective parts. That helps to protect lives and save on scrap, since defective parts can’t be used.
It Ends with Quality
The medical devices we manufacture are high quality and made to our standards. We inspect our products closely so we can make sure they are ready to be used in surgery.
In addition to that, we listen to our customers. If something isn’t up to their specifications, we’ll go back to the drawing board and start over. That prevents us from producing medical devices that can’t be used, and it also keeps patients safe.
Are you ready to work with a team that’s dedicated to patient outcomes and efficiency? Reach out to us now.