Speck Design was approached by Noah Medical to design a galaxy system arm that could move through its expected range of motion and confirm that the lumen design relative to the arm was sufficient for clinical needs. The designed arm was ultimately integrated into the Tool-in-Lesion technology, which allows for precise targeting and delivery of therapy to hard-to-reach areas of the body."The Tool-in-Lesion technology is a revolutionary advancement in interventional oncology, providing a precise and effective way to target and treat hard-to-reach areas of the body, such as the lungs and liver."
To complete the project, Speck Design created a 1:1 scale prototype of the arm with mechanical joint modules that allowed for rotation and stabilization of the joint. The joint was designed to have a removable cover to allow for easy access to the interior of the joint for inspection. It was also designed to withstand 250 readjustment cycles and be shipped disassembled.?The arm was used for testing purposes, and after successful testing, it was incorporated into the Tool-in-Lesion technology. The arm provided the necessary range of motion and stability to allow for precise targeting and delivery of therapy to hard-to-reach areas of the body.?Additionally, the arm was designed to be easily adjustable, allowing for quick and easy changes to the position and angle of the therapy delivery. This feature allows healthcare professionals to adjust the delivery of therapy based on the specific needs of the patient and the targeted area.?After the arm was integrated into the Tool-in-Lesion technology, it was able to provide more precise and effective delivery of therapy, helping to improve patient outcomes and quality of life. The Tool-in-Lesion technology uses a combination of imaging and navigation to precisely guide therapy to the targeted area, and the designed arm played a crucial role in this process by providing the necessary range of motion and stability to allow for precise