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Designed for Environment

This medical device, a product of Cooper Consulting Services (a leading medical device firm specializing in electrical engineering), was designed by Zewski Corp. to stand up to the rugged requirements of military needs: Ground, Air, and Sea.

Production Design

  • Improve the design for production efficiency
  • Develop tooling for production quality parts
  • Evaluate and test product for performance and quality

Ready for production?

How design for production varies from feasibility 

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Working Prototype & Research

  • Research
  • Low Volume POC

(Usually hand made or 3D printed)

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Design for Production and Testing of the Product

  • Design Engineered for Volume Production Including Tooling for Production
  • Completed Regulatory Documents Including Risk File and Design History File
  • Manufacturing Process Planning and Documentation
  • Test Planning and Execution for Mechanical, Clinical, Materials and Electrical Performance

From sketch to production

This patented Class 2 medical device from Neotech Products LLC removes cost, reprocessing time, and risk of infection from current methods of Transillumination.

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Design Process
Design Process
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All roads lead to production

When you design a device, you must consider manufacturing. At Zewski, we not only consider it, but we help our clients plan for it. We often participate in the development of pilot lines for evaluating efficiency and ergonomics, similar to this siliconization machine we designed for Unilife.