He managed small teams of designers and engineers to develop cutting edge medical and healthcare devices, bringing numerous products successfully to the market place. Graeme has experience developing blood glucose systems for Hypoguard , Medisys, Menarini & Arkray, as well as a number of blood assay devices. He has worked with Biocompatibles on glaucoma devices, Sterilisation devices for Chiroxia, Oncology beds for Elekta Oncology and catheter devices for Johnson & Johnson. He also has experience developing non-medical products, such a range of encoder units for Tandberg Television.
His strengths lie in getting products to market and has very strong engineering skills and is an expert in ProENGINEER, handling complex assemblies, advanced surface modelling and design for manufacture, particularly injection moulded components. He is also very experienced in managing projects and ensuring projects run on time and to budget, coordinating all the relevant suppliers.
Ken Sadler graduated from The Royal College of Art with a First Class Honours Masters Degree in Industrial Design and the University of Greenwich with an Honours Degree in Architecture.
Ken founded Sadler Associates in 1973 as a multidisciplinary design practice. Sadler Associates provided design services to both local and international clients and has secured numerous design awards.
Ken has experience of working with European, American and Far Eastern clients such as Ford of Europe, Olivetti, Thales, BOC, Trend, Solartron, Eschmann, Femcare, Thermo, NCR and Mostochlegmash, Megger, Diversey, Micromedical and Prosurgics and credited as the Designer of the world’s first portable spirometer.
He brings strength and experience particularly in the Innovation & Project Planning phase and will be able to assist you in developing new commercial opportunities and products for your market.
Gm Design Development has a number of creative designers and mechanical engineers in the design team.