Orthopedic device companies strive to implement innovative, fast and cost-effective solutions to provide optimal options for surgeons and patients. As the thought process around product design evolves in light of compliance challenges and pricing pressures, a design for manufacturability (DFM) approach can help ensure function, reliability and quality so that companies can meet this goal.
Ted Bloomfield, Vice President of Product and Process Innovation at Orchid shares some considerations for how to best implement DFM in your next orthopedic product.
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