Evolution is the key to stand the test of time and our teams' dedication to continuous learning and adapting emerging Technologies assures timely and quality delivery of your products
Our Engineering Design team has expertise in various domains, meaning they have a diverse knowledge on manufacturing processes and materials. they are capable of meticulously construct the model while making the right trade-offs to optimize the product for manufacturing and assembly. the collective skills help keep the innovations open-ended.
Materials have enabled human progress from its earliest beginnings; indeed, the areas of history are named for the materials of the day. as we progress through history the number of materials available for use has greatly increased, to choose today there are tens of thousands of materials available in the database many developed for specific applications, for example think of the high-temperature alloys without which jet engines would not exist or how plastics have enabled low-cost mass-produced products; access to material databases and understanding of their properties are essential part of material selection in our design process
Design for Manufacturing (DFM)
Like Materials, Manufacturing has also come a long way, manufacturing is available in various scales and capable of making parts of various sizes, shapes and mass. some of the manufacturing process allow a great degree of freedom of shape like investment casting, while some are limited and bound to many rules like sheet metal. cost is a major driving factor for choosing the right manufacturing process and for cost effective production of parts the DFM knowledge can come in handy
With a range of simulation options available, it's possible to study different behaviours of the product and usage scenarios. our team performs various simulations starting from basics like structural static simulations, drop tests to advanced CFD to optimize the design for performance while cutting down the cost by weight reduction; scenarios like force exerted on solar panels due to wind, thermal stress on a thermal flask, heat dissipation through ventilations are some of the examples of how simulation can influence material selection and the design optimization.
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