Achieve faster and more efficient medical device design with Solid Edge
Solid Edge software can speed product development and perform virtual testing and analysis of designs to ensure that new products meet customer needs and regulatory requirements.
The Solid Edge Advantage
Solid Edge can speed medical device design and help your company flourish in the demanding medical device manufacturing business environment with:
Integration of electrical and electronic components into medical device design
Accurate and timely supply of information to manufacturing including 2D drawings, 3D models and bills of materials resulting in less errors and rework
Fast modeling complex shapes using advanced surface design capabilities to design attractive housings and products with organic geometry
Easy creation of photorealistic images and animations of the final product to support sales and marketing efforts
Rapid virtual design of parts and sub-assemblies using Solid Edge with synchronous technology ensuring accurate fit and function of device components by designing, analyzing and modifying 3D parts within 3D assembly models
Solid Edge data management offers scalable solutions for management of CAD files and related technical data that meet the needs of medical device manufacturers, from startups and very small firms to larger manufacturers with distributed operations.
With 3D CAD, simulation, manufacturing and design management capabilities, Solid Edge provides an integrated portfolio of affordable and easy-to-use solutions that help medical device manufacturing companies design better.
Faster Design of Advanced Neurosurgery Equipment
Solid Edge accelerates design of Alpha Omega’s next-generation neurosurgery equipment, cutting the project from 12 months to five months and delivering an easier-to-use, compact and transportable device.
- Redesign advanced neurosurgery system
- Enhance physician interface
- Transform an outdated design with new features
Keys to Success
- Teaming up with design and engineering specialists
- Realizing the old unit was too heavy and bulky to transport
- Using Solid Edge as a common “language” for development