Contract manufacturer Okay Industries (New Britain, Conn.) said today it has added dedicated prototyping and process development labs with equipment, resources and staff who work with customers to solve complex engineering design challenges.
These NexTech Labs offer multi-axis, high-speed CNC and LaserSwiss machining, laser tube-cutting, laser welding, marking and surface treating with integrated design software and advanced robotic technologies.
“NexTech Labs bring our resources and expertise to a space where we can directly collaborate with customers,” said Okay Industries’ director of sales & marketing Sean Stowik in a news release. “We can get products to market faster and solve issues early in the design stage, which ultimately lowers production costs and improves manufacturability. By working one-on-one with medical device OEMs early on, we create custom manufacturing solutions that deliver high-quality, reliable components and sub-assemblies with speed and cost-efficiency.”