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How to Specify a Custom Designed Instrument

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Author: Jenice Con Foo
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Mad City Labs Inc.

While it can seem daunting to design a custom instrument from scratch, a well-organized preparation effort and a knowledgeable industrial partner can simplify the process and, more important, greatly reduce its budgetary cost and time investment. This article is intended to guide readers through the process of — and understand the necessary preparatory steps for — defining a custom-designed instrument. The process is presented in the context of developing a custom positioning solution.

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