Mechanical Design for Cardiovascular and Neurological Devices

Mechanical Design for Cardiovascular and Neurological Devices

Innovate continuously, and with speed and confidence, to create medical device designs which seamlessly incorporate biomedical user needs and multidisciplinary engineering design outputs.  

Deliver cardiovascular and neurological devices with unmatched versatility and flexibility thanks to our mechanical product design solutions which allow designers to select wireframe, surface, solid parametric or direct modeling techniques with seamless interchange.  This flexibility offers designers the opportunity to explore product solutions that previously would have been too costly or time prohibitive. 

Innovate continuously, and with speed and confidence, to create medical device designs which seamlessly incorporate biomedical user needs and multidisciplinary engineering design outputs.  

Deliver cardiovascular and neurological devices with unmatched versatility and flexibility thanks to our mechanical product design solutions which allow designers to select wireframe, surface, solid parametric or direct modeling techniques with seamless interchange.  This flexibility offers designers the opportunity to explore product solutions that previously would have been too costly or time prohibitive. 

Mechanical Design for Cardiovascular and Neurological Devices

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Consumer-centric and personalized healthcare therapies demand innovative design of medical devices to use new materials, leverage additive manufacturing technology and increase “smart” functionality via electronics and software.

Empower your device design teams with an integrated set of capabilities as a single platform, enabling them to explore interdisciplinary solutions faster and easier.  Enact seamless associativity to quickly make updates and refinements on the way to regulatory approval and device production.  Fully support product design from concept through manufacture with a digital tool set that preserves data integrity and design intent in order to streamline all product development processes.

Mechanical Design for Cardiovascular and Neurological Devices

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Solution Capabilities

Adaptable Integrated BOM

Leverage the effort invested in the design process to build up an engineering Bill-of-Material definition that can be used for multiple product variations.

CAE Simulation

Virtually test your package simulating stress and pressure, in order to ensure safe delivery of package contents to consumers with the optimum amount of material used.

Design for Additive Manufacture

Leverage the latest manufacturing technologies, including 3D printing. Realize designs with complex and irregular shapes that would be impossible using old methods.

Design Interoperability

Rely on an integrated design program, as the  system designers must collaborate constantly throughout the development process to prevent conflicts and ensure alignment between each system prior to design completion.

Industrial Design & Styling

Optimize the shape of your package with powerful, integrated industrial design and styling software. Combine various modeling approaches for fast and easy shape creation, supported by scanning your package prototype geometry.

Knowledge Reuse

Build a library of design features not only for elementary elements like a thread, but also for consistently applied design elements that identify product ranges.

Mechatronic Concept Design

Create mechatronic medical device concepts early in the development process to explore alternatives, optimize against design inputs, and verify before design detailing.

Medical Device Design

Explore concepts in 2D making it easier and faster to create new medical device designs. Quickly create layouts and produce drawings that comply with drafting standards and support 2D, hybrid 2D/3D, and 3D design environments.   

Product Modeling

Get an understanding of corrugated/solid packages with the ability to flatten secondary cardboard packages and work with three dimensional solids and curved surfaces for your glass, metal and plastic packages.

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