WILD has been collecting considerable expertise in medical technology for years.
WILD is capable of producing a wide range of laboratory device classes.
WILD is a major player in the manufacturing of in-vitro diagnostics equipment.
WILD is a specialist in lasers for medical technology and particle analysis.
WILD has decades of experience in the field of optical measurement technology.
WILD produces precise and highly complex manufacturing parts itself.
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A sophisticated process engineering guarantees that your product will be manufactured at WILD stably, in top quality and without interruptions.
High-tech devices can only be manufactured in a reproducible quality by those who have the experience and the necessary operational expertise. In order for all steps the product will undergo to be completely flawless, WILD detects optimisation possibilities during process engineering at an early stage and implements these accordingly. True to the “start the process” principle, WILD treats quality as an integral part of each individual working step during production.
This begins with the process error possibility and influence analysis (PFMEA). Based on this analysis, WILD compiles work and test instructions and test reports, which form the basis for a production process in compliance with the specifications. The optimal design of the supply chain and the assembly line also constitute an integral part of process management, along with the qualification and monitoring of sub-suppliers and a periodical revalidation of all processes. All that ensures regulatory certainty.
BRUKER Daltonik is one of many companies which are fully aware of the many benefits that such a meticulously tuned process chain can bring. WILD has been producing the so-called DE-tector for this leading manufacturer of analytic measuring instruments since 2015. The DE-tector is a device used in airports for the detection and identification of explosives and drugs. WILD entered the picture when it manufactured the first series with 50 devices. During the initial assembly, the systems partner was in charge of assembly and test instructions and assembly layouts, of balancing the assembly lines, the qualification of suppliers, of supply chain design and initial sample tests. Ten employees were trained on the product on a temporary basis. Thanks to all these measures, the subsequent ramp-up phase was reduced to less than two months.