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Innovation and Creativity

Our team conceives original and sometimes unusual solutions and then implements those prototypes into successfully-developed products with marketable value. We always seek to efficiently develop high-quality products that impress consumers.

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Faster Product Development

It is a fact that, when products are developed faster, they go to the market more quickly and can be purchased by consumers earlier - though, in many instances, product quality is sacrificed. Our prototyping, mechanical engineering and design expertise provides our clients with the benefits of both speed and product quality.

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Engineering for Manufacturability

Creative Mechanisms is committed to solving product development issues by making products easier and more cost-effective to manufacture. When we finish our job, you should never hear that your factory cannot manufacture your product.

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"From the moment I engaged them, Creative provided me with a very transparent and honest service; I had full visibility into the work that was agreed upon and what Michael and his team were working on. I will, without a doubt, be coming back to Creative Mechanisms for any future prototyping of this nature, and pushing for my colleagues to do the same!"

Carla Zampaglione | Invetech

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