March 30, 2017

Medical Device Design Case Study: Achieving the Un-Achievable

At REV.1 Engineering, we’ve handled medical device product development for more than 120 products for 60+ clients. We specialize in complex, new-to-market products that require our innovative engineering approach. It’s not unusual for someone to bring us a product they’ve almost given up on. One such example is a recent client whose project had previously been at several other medical device development companies over the course of 8 years, before they were referred to REV.1. […]
March 16, 2017

Developing to Your Medical Device’s Character

We have clients with a wide range of products who knock on our door and request our help. Every project we review has its own character. And the product development plans we create with our clients are uniquely suited to that product and project’s own needs and requirements. So, what is your product’s character? Is it a potential game-changer – unlike anything that’s been brought to market before? A product that doesn’t seem to fit […]
February 22, 2017

Bending Medical Device Regulations?

At Rev.1 we pride ourselves in getting you to your project goals 2x Faster.  Typically, when we meet with clients for the first time, there are dozens of ways to speed up their project plan.  Cutting corners by breaking the law is NOT one of them. With a thorough knowledge of device regulations, we guide clients along the most efficient path through them.  Over the years, we have occasionally encountered a client who doesn’t fully understand […]
January 31, 2017

Managing the Contract Manufacturer: Is Your Product Ownership at Risk?

Product development with a contract manufacturer can seem like a good choice for a start-up company. Low or no-cost engineering in exchange for the manufacturing contract is an attractive incentive for companies on a shoestring budget. But how do you protect yourself and retain ownership of your medical device product development? First, understand that a contract manufacturer is far more interested in manufacturing your product than in developing it. Development is often not their ‘A’ […]
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