Assembling medical devices: the essential steps for success

E M Poulsen
Medical Device Technology 1997, 8 (2): 30-2, 34, 36
Designers of complex medical devices face many challenges in taking a product from prototype to mass production. There are numerous obstacles that can bring a project to a standstill and at the same time take it considerably over budget. This article will examine some of the engineering issues related to medical device assembly, such as the management of the project, choice of component and assembly system suppliers, and quality.

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