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“The engineers of Creation Design Services provided expertise in mechanical engineering, electronics design, and controller software.
The engineering solutions showed attention to function, precision, and manufacturability. Productivity was exceptional, matching and often exceeding that of our principal engineers. The team was flexible, went out of their way to create strong communication channels, and genuinely engaged to meet our needs.
Anyone considering the development of complex clinical instrumentation can do no better than Creation Design Services. They were a key factor in our achievement of placing over 50 instruments on the market.”
VP Research and Development
Medical Device OEM
Creation Design Services’ lean product development process lets you tap into the design, regulatory and manufacturing resources you need, at the point in the development cycle that’s best for you and your team.
Whether you need electrical, optical, fluidics or mechanical engineering, boost the power of your engineering team and bolster your capabilities with Creation’s broad technical expertise.
From in vitro diagnostics to laboratory instrumentation to advanced imaging, we’ve got the experience and regulatory know-how you need to take a successful medical product to market.
Big and small, from the simple to the incredibly complex, we love talking about our work and our successful customers.
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