Mechanical engineering & prototyping solutions
What’s the use of an amazing and creative idea if you can't make anything out of it?
Some people think that every great idea needs a product behind it. Mechanical engineering design is key when developing your product, but what’s the use of an amazing and creative idea if you can't make anything out of it?
The process of designing and building a mechanical engineering prototype may be a very elaborate one. You have to find the right materials for your project, create parts that fit together in just the right way, make everything work smoothly with each other–which can be difficult if you're trying something new or working on a tight timeline.
And it doesn't end there: once you've figured out what will actually work as designed, then comes the production phase where all those individual pieces are turned into one functional unit ready for sale!
3D models are also used to create preliminary concepts and final renderings of a product.
Parts and assemblies are designed to meet a variety of different technical and manufacturing requirements.
- Easy of production/assembly
- Ease of maintenance
- Low cost
- High quality
Finite element analysis
We use the latest Finite Element Analysis tools to ensure your part is designed to meet all technical requirements.
Parts designed for plastic injection molding are evaluated for draft angle and pull direction.
- Stress analysis
- Vibration analysis
- Heat analysis
- Flow analysis
- Topology optimization
Parts designed for manufacturing
We are with you every step of the way, from design, prototyping, and manufacturing. Our various vendors are capable of a wide range of manufacturing techniques.
- 3 to 5 axis milling
- Sheet metal cutting and bending
- 3d printing (FDM, SLS, SLA, SLS-metal)
- Plastic injection molding
Rapid prototyping is a must when developing a new system. Our in-house machines enable us to rapidly test plastic and metal part designs as well as create fully functioning assemblies for testing before they are commissioned for scale manufacturing.
- SLA 3D printing
- FDM thermoplastic 3D printing
- CNC machining