Motion Solutions provides custom, application-specific engineered systems to medical device and life science instrument OEMs and industrial customers. We offer a complete selection of services, including electro-mechanical design, prototype and volume manufacturing, and engineering services.
We engage with you from initial concept to understand how we can work together to make your project a success. Have an idea you don’t know how to implement? Call us. Have a working prototype that needs just a bit more performance or design for manufacturing? We can help with that, too.
Motion Solutions is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California with ISO-13485 certifications; we maintain an additional facility in Fremont, CA.
We use a mature development process based on:
- Mechatronic design, integrating mechanical and electrical engineering from the start
- Solid Works 3-D CAD for structural design
- Finite element analysis (FEA) for design review
- Multiple prototyping cycles
- Operational... Read More
CUSTOM ENGINEERED SOLUTIONS (MOSO DESIGNED)
Once our engineering services team finishes with a design, we can also manufacture it. Our experience in designing these complex mechanisms translates to expertise in manufacturing and assembly. You benefit from the cost and sourcing advantages... Read More
Postpartum hemorrhaging is a major cause of maternal mortality in the developing world. The condition requires immediate medical treatment and transfusion with appropriate blood products. Accessing a blood supply might be straightforward in an urban hospital but in the rugged rural terrain of... Read more
Medical technology company chooses Motion Solutions as one of seven honorees from its 27,000-vendor supply chain.
Motion Solutions has been honored as Supplier of the Year by Becton Dickson (BD), the global medical technology company. The BD Supplier Recognition Awards program singles out... Read more
A decade ago, communications in machines took place on a point-to-point basis. If you were building a multi-axis system, you would have to wire 15 wires per axis from the drive to the controller. If an axis faulted, the system would only return a single digital I/O point indicating a fault.... Read more