Large Assembly Renders Created in Keyshot 7 for Access DRS Catalog
Access to Devices
StudioRed evaluated ergonomic concerns throughout the whole Access DRS. Anthropometric data were evaluated in order to accurately consult Labcyte concerning user-operations and maintenance in accordance to OSHA and other published ergonomic recommendations. We provided renderings of 50th percentile male and female CADhuman models positioned interacting with the system and performing critical tasks. This enabled Labcyte to understand the user’s needs in important areas such as these;
A modular system with out-set modular doors proved to be quite a geometrically challenging endeavor but our designers tackled it with enthusiasm and produced clever solutions. Many different solutions with descriptions of possibilities for part-count reduction were presented. In many cases, form and style was dictated by functional possibilities and our designers treated each mechanism type in a way that would create a consistent system style and theme. Concerning the modularity and the re-use of parts; in the end we determined that more unique parts were necessary for simplicity and functionality.
Before engineering began on the enclosures, our industrial design team sourced, designed and specified environment-control ports for the DRS robot arms to reach through to the Echo 655T. Using vendors accustomed to manufacturing water-craft windows, we were able to customize these ports for lab equipment in the bio-tech market.