A Cretex Medical company

Design and Analysis Services

Prototype Process

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Prototypes are often an essential part of the design process, allowing our customers development personnel to test their concepts, components or assemblies before moving into a production setting. To facilitate this process, Spectralytics has assembled an experienced group of engineers and technicians working on easily configurable laser workstations to quickly provide low volume parts to our customers.

This group allows you to test the proof of concept or produce limited volumes for clinical testing or any other benchmarks you require, in a timely manner, to support your deadlines.

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Design Support

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In today’s environment of increasing cost pressures, our customers know that the best time to take cost out of the product is during design and development. By tapping into the technical expertise Spectralytics offers, our customers gain access to decades of laser and assembly experience during design phase activities. We typically referred to this as Design for Manufacturability and Assembly (DFMA), the process that facilitates a detailed review of the part use, design requirements and tolerances between your development engineers and Spectralytics manufacturing and quality teams.

This exchange ensures that your products can be manufactured to achieve the required performance in the most economical way.

Design Support

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Process Development and Analysis

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To insure that the processes developed are robust and repeatable, the Spectralytics team works closely with our customers to assure risks are defined and mitigated. This support extends beyond the manufacturing release so that lessons learned are applied to further improve the process, quality and cost.

Process Development and Analysis

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Process Verification and Validation

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Validation of the manufacturing processes is a fundamental requirement to assure that the best possible outcomes are achieved each and every time. When it comes to product quality and patient outcomes there can be no compromise

Process Verification and Validation

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