With the scope of challenges in our complex world increasing every day, new machines are required. Machines and systems design is the art and science of creating mechanical assemblies for the purpose of aiding innovation and increasing productivity. While creating entirely new machines is often the focus, this service also involves improving existing machines.
The process begins with creating a detailed plan to develop a machine, tool, or component. Gathering data, analyzing workflows, creating design concepts, and eventually testing prototypes allows our engineers to truly understand the system and its purpose. Our team members have mastered various engineering technologies –including computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM), electronics, engineered materials and mechanical engineering – that are used to bring your product to life.
By spending time in the consulting phase and defining goals up front – truly determining what your machine needs to do – we focus on creating the right product. The end result is a system or machine that satisfies your requirements, solves a problem, and brings value to your company.
While creating the machine is important, it’s only part of the solution. Creating the right product comes before creating the product right. We place an emphasis on truly understanding what your workflow is and how a machine can make it easier or more efficient. With that understanding in place, we begin building.
What goals do you have? What’s your desired ROI? Developing a crystal clear picture of your business goals and your customers' goals allows us to gather additional context as we design your solution. With goals named, understood, and firmly in place, we can build a product that satisfies your requirements.
Our holistic processes as a company allow us to help you generate ideas and imagine possibilities. But without follow through, you’d just be left with ideas. Our engineering process is truly holistic in that we ideate, create, and deliver. Whether new or improved, your machine will solve the problem you set out to fix.