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Andi Sudjana Putra

ED3020: An Undergraduate Module in Designing Medical Devices with Autodesk® Design Suites

(Duration 39:17)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Define an engineering design workflow in the context of an application
  • Propose an undergraduate module or a training course in engineering design
  • Use Autodesk ForceEffect, Autodesk ForceEffect Motion, and Autodesk Inventor Professional to teach a design module
  • Use analytical toolboxes and creative toolboxes in the relevant Autodesk software products

Description

Description

Transformation of engineering education has been a recent concern in the education and industry communities, with a call to integrate "science" and "application" through design. With health topping today’s issues, design of medical devices has become a major candidate for design applications to be taught to engineering undergraduates. This class describes the preparation and the delivery of an education module where rigorous subjects such as kinematics and strength of materials are taught in the context of designing medical devices. Autodesk® ForceEffect™ and Autodesk® ForceEffect™ Motion software are used to introduce concepts such as force and moment, and Autodesk® Inventor® Professional software is used to develop, simulate, and manufacture the devices designed by the students. This class covers a general design concept, followed by a case study that details design of a tissue microarrayer. This approach, due to its contextual nature, is also applicable to industry training centers.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Educator, Lecturers, instructors, members of university/polytechnic management, and industry training centers

Speakers

Speakers

Andi Sudjana Putra

Andi is a lecturer at the Engineering Design and Innovation Centre (EDIC), Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS). He obtained his doctorate in electrical engineering, his master in mechatronics design, and his bachelor in mechanical engineering. He has been teaching undergraduate students on the subject of Design Thinking and mentoring student design projects in the past 2 years. He is an Autodesk® Certified Instructor (ACI) and a candidate for Autodesk® Certified Evaluator (ACE), specializing in Autodesk® Inventor Professional. His research interests include medical devices and mechatronics design. He has a patent on tissue micro arrayer device, and has been involved in the design of medical devices such as umbilical cord blood collectors to auxiliary head gear for office-based surgery. He has written papers, chapters, and a book on design. He continues to be involved in engineering education by teaching design courses and training industry practitioners.

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • ED3020

Software

  • Autodesk Inventor Products
  • Autodesk ForceEffect

Industry

  • Education

Topics

  • Educator Summit