April 28, 2023
Medical device design is rapidly evolving, as manufacturers turn to advanced technologies to meet regulatory requirements, materials requirements and supply chain challenges.
Increased use of simulation and computer-aided engineering have helped accelerate the design and development of medical devices and other healthcare equipment. Additive manufacturing (often deployed within hospitals) has also changed the way these devices are designed and manufactured. Increasingly, simulation data is being used to accelerate development and augment physical testing.
Digital Engineering’s Special Focus Issue on the healthcare industry takes a look at leading-edge design and manufacturing trends in this space.
We hope you enjoy the issue.
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