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Research & Development Engineers

What do R&D engineers want? We ask this questions of ourselves and our customers on an ongoing basis, to be sure we’re delivering the right answers.

Speed

At the research and development prototype phase, speed is critical. A day’s delay can mean the difference between making or meeting the regulatory design review window. And it’s not just speed one time, it’s speed over multiple iterations of a prototype as we work together to get the component just where you want it. Yes, price matters and of course quality is a given, but competitive advantage is all about fast.

Sometimes you’re even too busy to wait for a quote, or for your purchasing department to give you a formal go-ahead. Pulse has a solution for that: it’s our time and materials agreement (PDF).

Creativity

“What if?” At the R&D phase, and even before—during strategic product planning—we find that the “what if” of advanced innovation matters. Our imaginations are fueled by your ideas, speculations, and even frustrations. When you share, and together we think freely, good ideas emerge: the lighter, faster, smoother, smaller solutions you’re looking for.

Manufacturability

R&D relies on us for manufacturable components at a market-friendly price tag. With that “how we’ll build it” thinking happening during the prototype phase, so that what we produce at volume exactly matches what the FDA approved months or years earlier.

Plus…what else?

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