MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Most of the products that you encounter in the modern world have been designed or influenced by mechanical engineers. Our mechanical engineers do more than design exceptional physical products, they also do modeling and analysis to make sure that your product performs the way it should. As with our other engineering disciplines, our Mechanical Engineers hustle to create physical prototypes so that we can get your feedback early and often, and to provide our other engineers with the hardware that they need to work in parallel.

PRODUCT ENGINEERING
  • Product Engineering
  • Mechanical Product Architecture
  • Research and Development
  • Product Miniaturization and System Packaging
  • Electronics Packaging
  • Complex Surface Modeling
  • Complex Injection-Molded Component Design
  • DFx – Manufacturing, Assembly, Reliability and Serviceability
  • Prototype Design, Build, and Evaluation
  • Cost reductions
  • Final design package
  • Transition to production

SIMULATION
  • Structural Finite Element Analysis (FEA) – linear, nonlinear, and transient
  • Thermal analysis
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Radiative heat transfer

AUTOMATION
  • Custom automated equipment
  • Manual, semi-automated, and fully automated systems
  • Test and measurement systems
  • Assembly systems
  • Kinematics analysis
  • Actuator and sensor specification and implementation
  • Controls, pneumatics, HMI, precision measurement, load cells, etc.
  • Risk assessments for implementation of safety standards

ROBOTICS
  • System development
  • System integration
  • Payload development and integration
  • Docking stations
  • Sensor integration

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  • Form, fit and function development
  • Architecture exploration
  • Design language development
  • Materials research
  • Color and texture studies
    User interaction and interface design
    Usability exploration

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