More often than not, new product designs are engineered in a vacuum, in isolation from other departments, especially those in procurement. Procurement teams then try to source tens or hundreds of different materials for each product. The reality is that some materials, like adhesives, can play a much more critical role in the likelihood of success for a new product. That's why we created the Engineer's Guide to Selecting Adhesives for Medical Devices.
In this guide you will learn:
"I have been in technical sales for 35 years, and I have come to appreciate vendors that have a high level of customer and technical support. Strouse does an amazing job of listening to the needs of the customer and verbally communicating those needs back to the customer. Then they follow-up with a written quote and drawing to finalize the project. Overall, a very pleasant and painless experience."
- Dan, Ellsworth Adhesives