Cambridge University spin-out Diagnostics for the Real World (DRW) designed the Samba ll to enhance infectious disease management. The automated device speeds up on-site diagnosis testing and treatment to hours instead of days.
We worked with the DRW team on various prototype parts, and it became clear that we have in-depth knowledge of several production processes. Sebastian was then appointed the project consultant for prototyping and small-scale production. We understand that collaborative design development gets the best results, so the Complete Fabrication team worked alongside engineers in metalworking, electronic control, and in-house design to supply the case works protective covers and sampling turret.