Accelerating the design cycle for a life-saving intraosseous device

Case Study by Carbon

LUNAR Intraosseous Device

Designing medical products is typically a time consuming and expensive process. Challenged with rapidly designing a manual intraosseous infusion device for the developing world, San Francisco-based design firm LUNAR leveraged Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis™ technology. With support from Carbon, the firm eliminated conventional molding and production to dramatically reduce development time and meet their goal of a production-ready release in four months. The benefits of Carbon’s 3D Manufacturing approach can be applied to a wide range of medical devices, suitable for both the developed and developing world.

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