Engineering expertise plays a central role when working to meet the challenging needs of medical device and instrument companies. CSS (Connecticut Spring & Stamping) engineers engaged early with the team at Aragon Surgical. One focus was on streamlining the device production processes. The experience that CSS engineers brought to the table allowed for good collaboration, yielding design changes that ultimately reduced product costs by more than 50%.
This paper explores how CSS:
- Achieved cost reductions while maintaining the required component accuracy
- Provided engineering expertise from the early design stages through to volume production
- Converted a fully machined jaw housing to a stamped part with machined features
- Produced features held to tolerances of +/- 0.002 inches allowing Aragon to create the perfect end product
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