Current breast augmentation surgeries require a surgeon to constantly pull on the breast tissue which results in surgeon fatigue. A device is proposed that will be self-standing, allowing the retractor to support the tissue instead of the surgeon in addition to evenly distributing light and suction throughout the entire cavity. The Raisin’ combines a familiar motion of a bar clamp, specifically the IRWIN® Quick-Grip®, which allows a simple squeeze to actuate a vertical movement. It is self-standing on any horizontal surface and has vertical increments 8.636mm. Modifications of the first prototype included decreasing the blade length, widening the base, thickening the lower blade, and adding a rib support, all of which served to strengthen the prototype and increase the applied force of the moment. The second prototype was able to sustain a force of 22.6kg under a point load at the tip of the blade. Maximum displacement of the top blade was 2.5cm. Fiber optics were beyond our budget limits, thus testing of intensity could not take place. Suction ports will be tested upon use by the client to determine if specifications were met.