MedTech Awards 2020

4 GHP / MedTech Awards 2020 , Sree Varahhas Technologies is a fast-growing provider of engineering services that specialises in comprehensiveMechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD) for establishments in a wide range of verticals, includingmedical. The India-based teamhas collaborated in the development of medical implants, with a unique appreciation for the diversity in requirements of patients, which allows Sree Varahhas to create tailored implant solutions for more effective recovery. In addition, Sree Varahhas is a leading provider of automation solutions onNX CAD/CAM/CAE platform fromSIEMENS PLM. These solutions are designed to handle tasks that allow businesses to consider the bigger picture. We take a closer look at the firm to find out how it is making a tangible difference to the lives of patients and the operations of businesses across India. Best Medical Implant Product Design & Development Organization – India Headquartered in Hyderabad and with offices in Visakhapatnam, Sree Varahhas Technologies is a leading Indian provider of high-end engineering services in the field of MCAD for clients in aerospace, automotive, heavy machinery and appliances, and medical sectors. Synonymous with productivity and efficiency, Sree Varahhas effectively handles the design of large and complex products with the help of a leading team of designers and cutting-edge automation tools that are developed in-house. Sree Varahhas is lead by Mr. Srinivas Kumar (Founder & CEO), a certified NX professional with 22+ years of experience in providing engineering support services on NX CAD/CAM/ CAE platform handles technical account management as the primary responsibility, focusing on Customer Relationship Management (CRM) through effective implementation of CAD/ CAM solutions & services. Feb21183 Mr. Vijay Bhaskar (Technical Director), a certified NX professional, is responsible for Engineering Services covering the activities of Product Design, Design Automation, Tool Design & Manufacturing, with the focus on optimal product quality, manufacturability (DFM) and cost (Value Engineering) aspects, along with an excellent track record in the training and development of internal resources to meet the client requirements and expectations. As the majority of simple 3D product designs are now realised through automation or available in 3D content libraries, Sree Varahhas is able to focus on the bigger products that require several design iterations. Indeed, this is where the company thrives. Beginning with the implementation of rule-driven intelligence into the 3D models, the team is then able to handle a multitude of iterations quickly and without sacrificing any quality in design. As such, Sree Varahhas proactively seeks clients taking on more complex projects with greater quantities of products or design capabilities, so that the firm can make meaningful contributions to their work. Sree Varahhas’ comprehensive services have therefore been curated to prioritise quality and cost-effectiveness. The firm’s offering includes Design and Development services which include concept design, detailed design, design validation, design optimisation and visualisation, as well as Analysis and Manufacturing, which sees all designs validated from the perspective of Design for Manufacturability (DFM). Sree Varahhas’ work is primarily driven by the product specifications of its clients, which are in turn governed by regulations. Whilst the firm’s strict adherence to those regulations is intrinsic, Sree Varahhas strives to continuously innovate too, by pushing boundaries in design processes and using automation to boost the internal practices of the firm. One of Sree Varahhas’ most successful recent projects saw the team create a brilliantly challenging surface modelling and iterative process which comprised innovation in design and automation to deliver enormous satisfaction for team and clients alike. The project was to develop an implant that would hold a fractured tibia or fibula together and as such, required the implant to be closely fitted to the bone, so as to provide effective support throughout the healing process. However, as fibula and tibia sizes vary across age and ethnicity, the team needed to design Vijaya Bhaskar