WHO ARE THE POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS FOR THE XTRAY?

  • Existing manufacturers
  • Investors („newcomers and existing companies adding new products“)
  • Manufacturers of needle and/or thread or materials relating to the topic of wound closure who wish to expand their portfolio
  • Manufacturers who want to or have to change from paperfold to plastic materials
  • New markets
  • Manufacturers with manual or semi-automated production who want to or need to automate their processes.
  • Thread manufacturers who want to produce complete surgical suture products in addition to their threads
  • Needle manufacturers who want to produce complete surgical suture products in addition to their needles

WHAT ARE THE XTRAY'S PRECISE ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS FOR CUSTOMERS AND MANUFACTURERS?

  • The omission of one component (cost, complexity) compared to classic concepts.
  • The XTray concept enables immediate access to automation
  • The XTray provides market leaders with a modern product appearance
  • Easy to handle

WHAT ARE THE XTRAY'S PRECISE ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS FOR THE USER, THE SURGEON?

The XTray is very easy to use in the OR. Due to the numerous different needle and thread combinations that are possible with the XTray, it offers maximum reliability for handling and application. The XTray allows similar handling and color coding as the Gold Standard of the market leaders.

WHEN AND FOR WHOM DOES IT MAKE SENSE TO USE THE XTRAY?

The XTray is extremely interesting for all those who want to enter the market quickly without having to develop their own complex system

  • Business starters who want to launch a new product
  • Established companies who want to automate processes
  • Established companies who have already implemented automation, but want to produce faster, less expensive and with additional formats.

ARE THERE TYPICAL ENTRY SCENARIOS FOR THE XTRAY?

Typical entry scenarios with the XTray are risk minimization due to the use of tested and proven technology and the avoidance of unnecessary development costs in order to:

  • initially test the market reaction using semi-automation and learn how to use the components
  • start with a small production quantity
  • start with a manual winding station
  • start with fully automatic and integrated swage-wind machines for larger quantities