Test New Components Before It’s Too Late

All too often a line of furniture is developed around a new component: a soft close hinge, soft close drawer slide, material, or other key design aesthetics. Testing new components is a useful method to guarantee your product’s performance and often the last thing to be considered.

Waiting to test until the entire project is tooled and ready for BIFMA compliance verification can be very costly if product changes are necessary.  Manufacturers can avoid performance issues by conducting quick and inexpensive pre-tests to save thousands of dollars and hundreds of engineering work hours. Testing your new components keeps your products on time and on budget while ensuring the release of a high-quality final product.

Contact us today to learn more about pre-tests and product development testing.

By Brian Truelove