It’s not only our job to be plugged into the SolidWorks community and to have our finger on the pulse of the industry, it’s our passion. SolidWorks provides us with a remarkable software solution to most of our CAD challenges, and we make it our business to offer a hardware solution that enhances your SolidWorks experience. So, naturally, we were excited to learn that a long-time SolidBox customer Ken Pawlak of Natus Medical Inc. was invited to present a breakout session at this year’s SolidWorks World.
Ken Pawlak of Natus Medical Inc., as well as four other project team-mates, will be presenting the session called Delivering the Impossible, Great Teamwork Makes Medical Device History. This presentation will chronicle the development of Natus Medical’s next generation infant hearing screener, Echo-Screen III, through the use of SolidWorks Solid Modeling, Engineering, Rapid Prototyping, and Mold Design with Eastman TritanTM CoPolyester to achieve ground breaking product design.
The Echo-Screen III is the first BPA free Pediatric Electronic Medical Device, and was designed completely in SolidWorks. The all new Echo-Screen III hearing screener combines advanced capabilities never before available in a single device. This versatile system uses proven and trust-worthy algorithms with automated, pre-set screening parameters that have been successfully used in millions of screenings.
The panel will walk through the development processes covering:
– Concept evolution and industrial design using SolidWorks
– Applying good plastics design practices to CAD modeling
– Progressing from CAD design models to rapid prototypes to mold design and construction
– Timeline economies and creative application of functional rapid prototypes including mechanical testing
– Anticipating and minimizing the impact of design changes
– Progressing through manufacturing process development to finished assemblies
Ken Pawlak is a plastics expert with over 35 yrs of medical product device design & development experience. Ken’s creativity has delivered numerous industry changing products to the market place. We’re proud to call Ken a SolidBox customer and family member, and the whole SolidBox team is excited about this presentation.
Delivering the Impossible, Great Teamwork Makes Medical Device History is currently on schedule to present at 1 pm on Tuesday, February 10th. That said, all SolidWorks World events are subject to change, so check your official SolidWorks World calender as the event nears.