Because RBC can probably get you to market faster than other mechanical design firms.

We have medical device product development platforms that can shave 50% off your design and development time. Plus, we manufacture complex medical devices by hand in the USA for those higher ticket items that aren’t produced in the thousands.

Our Mechanical Design and Engineering approach starts with thorough research into the user’s needs for medical device product development. RBC engineers using qualitative and quantitative tools to combine customer insights and regulatory demands into documented, detailed mechanical requirements.




LOW-VOLUME MEDICAL DEVICE MANUFACTURING
Since our manufacturing group joins initial design and development conversations, when it’s time to transfer to production, RBC is ready.

Our US-based manufacturing facility has 13,000 square feet and our low overhead in Overland Park, Kansas makes our pricing competitive.

Once these are approved for medical device product development, we then:

  • Ensure compliance by using state-of-the-art simulation tools and extensive prototyping throughout the medical device development process.
  • Manage cross-functional dependencies including material approval, supply chain quality assurance, and electrical and software control groups to provide potential solutions for tight schedule driven environments.
  • Transfer to production by including manufacturing from the earliest stage of development to ensure production yields are maximized.

Our medical device mechanical engineering capabilities include:

  • Designing electro-mechanical systems
  • Electromagnetic interference (EMI) and compatibility (EMC) design and simulations to ensure critical systems integration
  • Merging industrial design with robust mechanical enclosure designs
  • Modeling solids and surfaces with multiple CAD applications
  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis to identify flow optimization solutions
  • Improving quality and ROI through the application of geometric dimensioning and tolerance standardization (ASME Y14.5) process controls
  • Finite element analysis (FEA) of structural, thermal, and magnetic relationships and behaviors
  • Providing design considerations that effect plastic, metal, and rubber injection molding and forming production processes
  • Applying computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining, stamping, casting, sintering, grinding, plating technology advantages within our designs
  • Developing durable hand-held instruments and accessories

LOW-VOLUME MEDICAL DEVICE MANUFACTURING
Since our manufacturing group joins initial design and development conversations, when it’s time to transfer to production, RBC is ready. Our US-based manufacturing facility has 13,000 square feet and our low overhead in Overland Park, Kansas makes our pricing competitive.

Sound good? Then send RBC an email to learn if we’re the best fit for your medical device product development and manufacturing needs.

510(K), PMA, AND CE MARK SUBMISSIONS

Depending on your needs, RBC Medical Innovations can produce all or part of the design documentation required for a FDA 510(k) submission, pre-market approval, or a CE Mark technical file.

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