Case Studies Archive
Non-neurological conductive pathways, including connective tissues, charged biochemicals and ions that move through lymphatic channels and venous and arterial vessels, naturally conduct currents of electrons and ions throughout the body. The ODIN 1™ works by using ultra low current waveforms, different from all other commercialized medical devices, to deliver the appropriate electric field gradient. […]
DeviceLab designed and developed this complete dental system ahead of schedule in 6 months and received a vendor award from its client. The sleek device was a great success, selling at a rate of 10 to 20 thousand units per year. Developing the UV optics, control software, and a user remote payment chip demanded special […]
This was LenSx’s first product in the marketplace. The goal was to establish top tier product identity in the Ophthalmic industry. The designs must meet tight cost and ease of manufacturing constraints.
Our goal was to design a device that would provide an easy and effective heelstick solution for obtaining a blood sample from the heels of newborns. DeviceLab not only designed a plastic spring to minimal product costs, we improved tactile feel of the trigger, improved reliability of the trigger mechanism and improved the ergonomics in […]
DeviceLab integrated three technologies (optics, system control and software) into one platform to create this complex immunoassay instrument. The client needed this product developed rapidly and was happy to see it completed ahead of schedule in 5 months.
DeviceLab was selected to design this laser-enabled, keratoplasty system due to our expertise in large-scale system integration. In the process, a captivating and ergonomic design emerged and a new method was developed to mount the large outer shells and relieve stress on components. The system was completed ahead of schedule in 4 months and became […]
Ergonomics were key to project success. DeviceLab met each of the project’s unique challenges, including the ability to seal 8 mechanically activated switches under 3 feet of water.
DeviceLab designed and integrated this innovative ultra-sonic prostate imaging cart within schedule in just 4 months. This required special expertise in robotics, mechanical mechanisms and control. The client was especially pleased with the timely completion of the project.
DeviceLab developed this product at record pace in just 4 months. The resulting magnetic sample separation system performs heating, vortex vibration and reagent mixing, all in one system. Work included industrial design, system control, engineering, software development, and optics.
In developing this innovative new dialysis cart, a key challenge to make this complex system very easy to use for RN’s was accomplished with some expert industrial and mechanical engineering by DeviceLab. Special mechanisms for systems control and instrument calibration had to be devised. This project was completed very rapidly and on schedule in just […]