• “MOS is a partner in the true sense of the word. They re-engineered a device assembly, which reduced costs and at the same time increased its performance.”

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  • Design for Manufacturability

    We begin each project with an Engineering Design Review. MOS engineers will recommend design modifications to optimize cost and ensure manufacturability.

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  • Innovative Surgical Systems:

    Instant Success Story

    IVS had a preliminary design for a groundbreaking vascular closure device. This early design was a huge challenge in terms of molding—and based on past experience, we didn't think the device would actually work as originally designed. We helped ISS redesign the device so it could meet some tough dimensional tolerances and actually function. After prototypes, we went straight into production.

    The first parts worked right out of the tool. They were able to use these parts to demo their product to Abbott, who had a competing product. Abbott was so impressed, it bought the whole company.

    —Rick Cameron
    Director, MOS New Business Development

Engineering

An engineering-driven appreciation for quality is the cornerstone of MOS design and production practices. Every project starts with direct access to our experienced design engineers to ensure that your design is manufacturable and functional.

As a custom house, it's our job to think outside the box. We are confident we can meet customer challenges because we keep our veteran engineering staff fresh with continuous training across a wide variety of technology

Design for Manufacturability

"Design for Manufacturability" is more than an industry buzzword at MOS. It is the basis of our design engineering process.

  • Engineer–to-engineer discussions early in the process
  • Concurrent engineering for faster time to market
  • Early design review: MOS engineers make recommendations for design modifications as well as assembly techniques to optimize costs, ensure manufacturability, and deliver a functioning product
  • On-site prototyping
  • Proof-of-concept production runs
  • Prototype in as little as three weeks


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