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Mechanical Design for Medical Instruments & Equipment

Mechanical Design for Medical Instruments & Equipment

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

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

Mechanical Design for Medical Instruments & Equipment

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Consumer-centric and personalized healthcare therapies demand medical device designers use new materials, leverage additive manufacturing technology, and increase smart functionality via electronics and software.

Our mechanical design solutions provide design teams with an integrated set of capabilities as a single solution, enabling them to explore interdisciplinary options faster and easier.  Leverage seamless associativity to quickly make updates as refinements occur on the way to regulatory approval and device production.  Fully support product design from concept through manufacture using our integrated tool set which preserves data integrity and design intent in order to streamline product development processes.

Mechanical Design for Medical Instruments & Equipment

Solution Capabilities

Adaptable Integrated BOM

Manage the outputs of global multidisciplinary medical device design teams via a web-based platform offering flexibility, scalable change and configuration controls.

CAE Simulation

Predict and optimize medical device design performance using digital simulation as evidence for verification and validation.

Design for Additive Manufacture

Design and create innovative, personalized devices and instruments with our additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology for medical instruments and equipment.

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.

Design Validation

Visually assess and evaluate design inputs, risks, and status information using 3D models of the medical device design as the “canvas” to realize the big picture.

Digital Mockup

Visualize and interrogate complex multi-CAD 3D medical devices which maintain hundreds, if not thousands, of various components.

Industrial Design & Styling

Create innovative surface shapes for medical devices using modeling techniques that match with intended fit, function, and user experience of device design.

Knowledge Reuse

Utilize globally accessible libraries for assemblies, parts, and features to standardize medical device design while also helping to reduce risk in verification and validation processes.

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.

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