We are now seeing a huge focus on patient convenience and connectivity, especially in the diabetes care market. As medical device organisations continue to develop minimal or non-invasive diagnostic devices, products are becoming smaller in size and more fitted to the human form.
Developing a cost-effective and robust product has new challenges as wearable connected devices increasingly rely on flexible materials, sensors and electronics.
A rapid rise in patient demand, along with emerging nations means we have to be increasingly responsive and flexible.
As drug delivery devices reach developing nations, it’s important to limit the risk of contamination, damage or misuse.
When designing devices to be used by untrained patients, they need to be ergonomic, with haptic materials and packaging.
To minimize skin irritation, it's essential to develop devices using materials designed and processed to be comfortable to the wearer.
Through process development and product design for manufacturing, our consultant engineers are here to advise you every step of the way – from technology, materials and handling to wearable device product assembly.
We ensure our product assembly processes are robust, stable and scalable to give you a competitive advantage at every stage of the development process.
You’ll have our support at every stage of the development process, from research and development (R&D) to pilot and first production machines to repeated lines. We ensure that precision machinery is deployed successfully every time. And afterwards, you’ll be supported by our dedicated customer service team, wherever you are in the world.
Our process and product specialists provide product consultancy, ready-made process solutions and trails.
We provide R&D automation process development cells including electrical, pneumatic, control and motion elements. And we specialise in rapid and early automation, introducing automation process validation in a controlled environment.
We provide platform-based solutions for low volume production batches. Either fully automated or semi-automated with operators safely interacting with the machinery. All the benefits of launching to market with a scalable investment – rapid, safe, validated and affordable.
Everything from fully automated solutions, scaling up validated processes to incorporating feeding, inspection and downstream processes. This includes primary packaging, cartoning, case packing and palleting.