July 5, 2017
REV.1 Engineering Team

What to Expect: Medical Device Development with REV.1 Engineering

Companies unfamiliar with using outsourced R&D for medical device development are often hesitant because they are uncertain about how the process should work. Here’s what to expect when you work with REV.1 Engineering (and what you should look for with any outsourced solution you investigate). REV•1 starts the process by interviewing you to create a detailed project plan. Our consistent, predictable ecosystem has been developed over many years with many medical device development products. This […]
June 30, 2017

REV.1 Engineering: Your Brick & Mortar Medical Device Engineering Office

Whether you’re running a start-up or are an established company looking for an outsourced medical device engineering solution, REV.1 Engineering is the turnkey medical device R&D team you are looking for. You are involved and informed just as if your team was down the hall. Every one of our staff is adept at using multiple platforms for virtual meetings, and we communicate continuously as your project progresses. You’ll be involved in every major design decision […]
June 27, 2017

REV.1 Engineering: Your Diverse Medical Device R&D Team

At REV•1 we talk about “2 heads equals 10,” meaning our diverse team members bring a surprising range of skills and resources to your medical device project. On average you may need 2 people for a project, but the reality is you need up to 10 people at times. REV•1 can flex from 2 to 10 or more as the project progresses, offering variable skills including: • Program management • Materials engineering • Design engineering […]
June 1, 2017
REV.1 Engineering Team

Client Collaboration in Outsourced Medical Device Development

We were thinking about the expression, “When I tell you to jump, you say, ‘How high?’” The intent of this expression is clearly “Do what you’re told,” and we often encounter clients that approach outsourcing in the same fashion. Rather than approaching a partner company from a collaborative standpoint, they believe they have to control every step. Exerting excessive control is usually a response to managing the unknown. Often a client’s fears of entering a […]