We start 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.
Medical Device Mechanical
Engineering & Design
Electromechanical systems design
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
Our Design & Development team collaborates closely with our Manufacturing team early in the development process to ensure when it’s time to produce at scale, we’ve already integrated Design for Manufacturability and Testability into your product.
This seamless transfer happens at our US based manufacturing facility located in the Kansas City metropolitan area only a few minutes from our corporate office. The close proximity of our facilities ensures that development teams can provide rapid support to manufacturing at any point in the product lifecycle.
RBC Medical has 25+ years experience designing, developing and manufacturing a broad range of complex medical devices.
Spinal Tumor RF Ablation System
Invasive / Non Invasive Ventilator
Vascular Compression System
RF Puncture Generator