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SlabbKiosks OEM & CUSTOM SOLUTIONS

SlabbKiosks' expert product developers and designers handle your kiosk needs throughout the following stages:

Requirements, Development and Discovery

We spend time at the client's business and liaises with their marketing team to discuss all business, technical and operational requirements for the kiosk or signage project.

Engineering

Once a design is finalized and approved by the client, the 3D models are converted to 2D engineering drawings that are shared with and approved by the client before the kiosk is manufactured.

Prototyping

The finalized 2D engineering files are used to create prototype(s) of the hardware. Depending on the complexity of the custom kiosk design, a single prototype might be enough before moving to mass production, but it is not uncommon to see three or four prototypes before the final client sign-off is granted.

Certifications

The certifications listed below are attainable for any custom kiosk project developed by our design team (expected costs for certification vary, outdoor units have more expensive certifications than indoor units):

  • Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. - UL Certification
  • Canadian Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. - ULC Certification
  • European Conformity Certification - CE Certification
  • Federal Communications Commission - FCC Certification
  • TUV Rheinland of North America, Inc. - TUV Certification
  • American Disability Act - ADA

Production

SlabbKiosks' manufacturing facility has the capacity to create large quantities of kiosk units while keeping to a strict timeline and budget.

The price ranges for our custom kiosks are based on various factors including complexity, size and materials. Each kiosk design proposal is tailored specifically to each client and their individual project.

WHAT IS AN OEM OR CUSTOM SOLUTION?

OEM or custom solution kiosks are designed to suit the specific needs of the organization for whom they are built. Custom designed kiosks can be based on standard models that are modified for a specific use, including a change in the dimensions or size of the kiosk and the components used. They can also be original units that are designed based on precise specifications that result in a unique kiosk that looks like no other ever built.

Custom designed kiosks allow organizations to get a kiosk that is built to suit their specific requirements as opposed to a standard kiosk that is reconfigured as best as possible to perform specific functions. Because these designs are unique they often cost more than a standard kiosk. Despite this, many organizations choose to purchase custom solutions, because it ensures that it accomodates or delivers a specific product or service. Most would agree that the unit ultimately pays for itself as end users receive customized products and services that enhance their service experience, resulting in increased use of the unit.

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