Add new life to your old products.
Let Sage Design redesign them to...
• Reduce material and labor costs
• Replace hard to find and obsolete parts
• Add new features
• Bring old 20th century products into the 21st century
• Revise or create necessary CAD files & documentation
for production
• Redesign for modern manufacturing techniques
• Redesign the packaging in plastic or sheet metal
Let us show you how to save time and money.

There are so many old electronic designs that are still in demand but they are getting difficult and expensive to produce. Often these designs are from the 1970's, 1980's and 1990's. Most of these products show their age and should be redesigned. Let Sage Design upgrade your designs. We provide all of the engineering services needed including fully documented designs, prototypes, testing, certifications and even production.

We have a strong expertise in instrumentation, process control, medical electronics, short range communications and optics utilizing the most modern microprocessors and custom gate arrays to provide high reliability, compact designs at a low cost.

Yes, we are a strong design firm with the capabilities to work hand-in-hand with you to design your new product. Our specialty however is to help you get lots of years of additional life out of your existing products.

Let us be your in-house redesign consultants. Read on and find out how we can work together and then click the contact us link above and let's start to discuss your needs and our solutions.

The photo to the right is CAD artwork (partial view) of a printed circuit board which we designed for a customer.  The new board is a 4 layer assembly measuring approximately 4 x 4 inches.  This board is a 100% fit and function match to the 1985 original which was fabricated on two boards measuring approximately 10 x 12 inches each.
 
Total cost savings is about $525 per assembly, draws about 80% less power and uses currently available parts and assembly techniques.

© Sage Design, Framingham, MA, USA - 2014

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