This Pluie diaper changing station is not only elegant, but it is also designed with advanced features that set it apart from other changing stations on the market. Our team of experts has used a combination of glass-like finishing on the plastics and metal welded framing to create a product that is both durable and visually appealing.

To ensure precise assembly, the incoming parts are subjected to a rigorous incoming inspection process before being assembled by our skilled team. We work closely with our 3rd party suppliers to manage weld quality and ensure that all wire harnesses are properly installed.

One of the most innovative features of the Pluie diaper changing station is the UV sanitizing system, which has been a great challenge and source of excitement for our team. This cutting-edge technology helps to keep the station clean and hygienic for the safety of babies and caregivers.

Once the assembly process is complete, the Pluie diaper changing station undergoes a final quality check before being boxed up for shipment. We offer bulk shipments to make it easy for businesses of all sizes to purchase and distribute our product.

At AMC, we take pride in creating products that are both functional and visually appealing. The Pluie diaper changing station is a testament to our commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction.

Our Challenges

The Pluie Diaper Changing Station presented several challenges during the manufacturing process. Here are some of the key challenges we faced:

  1. Size: One of the main challenges we faced was assembling a changing station that didn’t fit into a normal one piece flow process.  Incoming logistics, assembly and outgoing boxing all played a roll in the amount of space required to assembly such an innovative device.

  2. Cosmetics: We wanted the Pluie Diaper Changing Station to not only be functional but also aesthetically pleasing. This meant paying close attention to the design and ensuring that the materials used were of high quality and visually appealing. With glass like plastics, our incoming quality checks were critical to ensure we were delivering to our customer’s satisfaction.

  3. Safety Certifications: Obtaining the necessary safety certifications was a challenge that required us to meet rigorous safety requirements from ASTM and ETL. Our team had to conduct thorough testing to ensure that the station met all the required safety guidelines for baby products and continued testing throughout the build process.

  4. Durability: We wanted the Pluie Diaper Changing Station to be durable enough to withstand the wear and tear that comes with frequent use. This meant choosing materials that could withstand spills, scratches, and other forms of damage without compromising the safety of the baby.

Overcoming these challenges required collaboration between our team of designers, engineers, and quality assurance experts. By working together, we were able to create a high-quality product that meets the needs of parents and caregivers while also exceeding their expectations.

Wire Harnesses

The UVC bulbs, balast, and electrical engineering design were all done with our partner firm, MP Consulting.

Validation / Safety

The AMC team worked with Pluie to manage all aspects of safety validation from fire rated plastics to ADA compliance.

Mechanical Engineering

This design was driven through our sister company, MP Consulting. From plastics, to metals, and final testing.

Providing Solutions From Start To Finish

Market research and analysis: Conduct thorough market research and analysis to identify gaps in the market and opportunities for innovation.
Concept design and development: Develop a concept design based on the research and analysis. This involves identifying the key features, functionality, and materials required for the product.
Prototyping and testing: Create a prototype of the product and test it rigorously to identify any flaws or areas for improvement. This may involve multiple iterations of the prototype to refine the design.
Manufacturing and assembly: Once the prototype has been finalized, move on to the manufacturing and assembly stage. This involves sourcing the necessary materials and components, and assembling the product in a precise and efficient manner.
Quality control and assurance: Implement a robust quality control and assurance process to ensure that the finished product meets the necessary standards for safety, performance, and durability.
Distribution: Once the product has been manufactured and quality-checked, it's time to distribute it to the end customers. This involves identifying the right channels for distribution, and ensuring that the product reaches the final destination in a timely and efficient manner.

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