OEM Support

RediMethod for OEM and ODMNeed a made-to-order product or an OEM alternative? No problem. We specialize in finding the best solutions for all of your manufacturing goals. RediSource can turn your product designs and specifications into a reality, both efficiently and quickly.

RediMethod Services for OEM

We assist in your Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM), so that you can produce a high-quality customized product that can be packaged for your sales channel.  This way, you minimize the need for engineering support and you can roll out a retail-packaged version faster.

Why RediMethod for OEM and ODM is Unique

RediMethod for OEM and ODM
What makes RediMethod for OEM unique is our ability to markedly cut lead times, avert costly design mistakes, and implement exacting quality control. Our approach also applies to ODM (Original Design Manufacturing) solutions.

We also can build rapid prototypes for verifying and testing concepts using the most up-to-date 3D visualization, 3D printing, and 3D scanning technology.

Our legal team can also provide expertise and counsel to expedite patent and trademark protection.  And, with RediLink™, you can manage the entire process right from your desk every step of the way.

The transparent nature of how we work puts you in control remotely from any location in the world without the worry of language or cultural barriers.

View our RediMethod OEM/ODM Process here.



1. Analyze and Define
Manufacturing Goals

        • Analyze drawings, samples, and
          3D visualizations
        • Define your objectives and create
          detailed timelines
        • Review and resolve potential design issues
2. Identify and Compare
Manufacturing & Networks

  • Define the types of manufacturing approach required for components
  • Work with preferred component manufacturers and/or assembly houses
  • Identify additional specialists as required
  • Ensure networks can effectively expedite prototype testing



3. Oversee Engineering and
Verification Testing (EVT)

  • Monitor and support the development process for prototypes
  • Isolate problems and collect data that will support the entire manufacturing process
4. Re-evaluate Prototypes
  • Assess and revise prototype development
  • Determine if additional prototype testing is required
  • Make critical decisions about materials, price points, and production times



5. Identify and Profile Sources

  • Determine sources for required components and/or products based on agreed-upon performance criteria

6. Meet and Vet Potential Vendors

  • Determine pros and cons of working with specific vendors
  • Facilitate this process to ensure quick and skillful selection of vendors

7. Qualify Final List of Vendors

  • Profile selected vendors to determine how efficiently and cost-effectively they can produce required components
    and/or products
  • Final confidence audit of potential supplier manufacturing process (IQC to IPQC to OQC to OBA)
  • Make a final selection of vendors



8. Conduct Development
Verification Testing (DVT)

  • Monitor vendor performance and verify in-line processes
  • Evaluate the results of DVT and decide if any element of the design or process requires further revision
  • Determine if a change in the supply chain is necessary



9. Conduct Low Volume Production Run

    • Ensure that any production issue or concern is quickly resolved
    • Assist with any late-stage design or quality checks
    • Refine the process in preparation for
      mass production

10. Oversee Quality Assurance in
Mass Production (MP)

      • Inspect and ensure that all produced items can pass a pre-determined Acceptable Quality Level (AQL,PPM) based on  specific set of criteria