Live Websession: DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING - STABLE PRODUCTION THROUGH EXPERIENCED CHOICES
An introduction to the scope of medical device manufacturing worldwide, and an overview to a framework for planning manufacturing processes and for evaluating process performance based on four key attributes.
Design for Manufacturing (DFM) is the process of designing parts, components or products for ease of manufacturing with the end goal of making a better product at a lower cost.
How do we ensure that the disinfection process remains stable even if it is performed frequently? What possibilities do photonic technologies offer us to perform disinfection quickly and efficiently? In an overview of photodynamic disinfection and disinfection with UV-C, answers to these two questions are presented.
As a customer, you are at the centre of our entire system.“ For the WILD Group, this is not just an empty marketing slogan, its a reality practised every day. The new service roadmap (SRM) demonstrates how seriously this systems partner takes customer orientation. SRM comprises 13 service packages which put the needs of the customers at the centre of our work and secure decisive competitive advantages for them in important phases of their product and value creation process.
These range from an innovative product idea that needs to be developed to studies required for a prototype, as well as a finished product that needs to be launched onto the market as soon as possible. As a customer, you usually have a lot of questions on the further success of a project: How quickly can my product be developed and manufactured profitably? Which manufacturing method is the right one in order to stay within the target costs? Is the supply chain agile enough to react to short-term changes in the requirements in a timely manner? Do all processes comply with the required standards and regulations?
Your great benefit of having WILD as a partner is that we have answers to all these questions. We stand out due to our modular combination of development, manufacturing and services, which we master at a high level like no other. Whatever the phase you currently find yourselves in, WILD will offer you precisely the service you need, tailored to your requirements, and with opt-ins and opt-outs to suit you. „One could compare these modules with selected ingredients in the kitchen. You can actually taste them as individual modules. Yet its the successful composition of all of the ingredients that will give your product its very individual note“, explains Josef Hackl, CEO of the WILD Group.
One can easily explain how the WILD Group managed to broaden its skills and services in recent years: „Knowledge-building through the Technology Roadmap and working within the WILD Integrated Network is what gives our customers the decisive competitive edge. We are quite aware that we need to further deepen, sharpen and reassess our 13 modules in the future. Our motto is: stay on the pulse of the market, both proactively and reactively. We have embarked on a promising course that will lead you to success together with us“, says Josef Hackl, confident about the companys approach.
The WILD Group develops and manufactures optomechatronic products in the fields of medical & life science, laboratory technology, in-vitro diagnostics & analytics and laser technology. The company produces exclusively on customer order.
The WILD Group employs over 450 highly qualified employees at four locations in Carinthia, Vienna and Trnava (SK). As a system partner, WILD is in demand wherever precision is required and innovations take place. Both international market leaders and start-ups value the combination of expertise in optics, precision engineering, electronics, application software and plastics technology - the core competencies of the WILD Group.
The Technology Roadmap ensures that WILD remains up-to-date in terms of future technologies. The technologies include: