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Computer-aided design (CAD) programs have made the Detailed Design phase more efficient. We can help optimize your system design to reduce cost without hindering a parts quality or functionality. We can provide accurate and complete hardware information through solid modeling, drawings, illustrations, and Bill of Materials of your project/product. Making the part procurement phase a bit smoother for you and your team.

Machine design is a team effort requiring a variety of talents. Some designers are quite inventive. Some have more analytical minds. Others can be more artistically inclined and skilled in adding style and esthetics to machinery. Machine design is an art as much as a science. We can offer a combination of  creativity, ingenuity, and diligence to insure your project is a success and meets your budget. 

  • Adaptive Design - Minor modifications to existing design or product. 

  • Developed Design/Reverse Engineering - Existing design or product serves as a reference to improve upon. 

  • New Design - System is designed from scratch to serve a new or emerging demand. 

Since design is the first step toward manufacturing. Our designers have experience with Design for Manufacturability (DFM), ANSI, ISO, and GD&T standards. A good understanding of manufacturing processes results in simpler parts, lower cost, and fewer issues with manufacturers. Design for Assembly (DFA), user interaction, and maintenance are also important factors that we keep in mind to deliver you, technicians, and your customers the best experience possible.



Change management is crucial in the developmental phase of projects. It provides clear communication of updates between different departments, vendors, and manufacturers. Insuring the correct version and quantity of a part is ordered.  


In some cases, complicated or non-existing change management procedures can cause confusion, more work, and ultimately require more funds to maintain an accurate system design. We are capable of adopting your company's standards, or if need be, implement tailored change management procedures and revision control that fit your company's needs.


When working across teams, multiple designers, and Engineers. It's important to set CAD standards to maintain a professional and smooth running organization. This reduces confusion and provides well defined expectations for personnel to meet. 

  • Directory Structure  -  A standard directory structure that categorizes work-in-progress, proposed, and released system designs is essential to maintain and record vital system design information. 

  • Design Library -  Standardized directory of purchased parts, manufactured parts, and assemblies that are used across multiple projects. This reduces duplicates and the time it takes to find needed files. This is especially true after long periods of time pass between project phases. 

  • File Naming Standard  - A standard convention for CAD naming is essentially to easily and confidently identify CAD collateral. Mistakenly opened files require time to initially “open,” and that time adds up. This also insures personnel are referencing the correct part and version.

  • Metadata Standards - CAD models should have all required information saved within the CAD model. This insures Bill of Materials are populated with the latest data across multiple projects. 

  • Model & Drawing Templates  -  Are used to set initial, standardized configurations, of CAD models and drawings that speed production. Once created, drawing templates are stored in a designated location accessible to all CAD staff and Engineers. This highlights the importance of document file locations and directory structures so everyone can be confident that they can find the needed template.

  • Annotation Standard — Codifying the specifics of text in drawings is essential to the continuity of a plan set. Plan sheets with varied font styles, orientations, colors, dimension styles, and leader callouts rob your organization of the professional impression it deserves.

  • External Reference Standard — While external references and data shortcuts can be huge timesavers, improperly applying them could cause issues. The most common issue being “circular references” in which external references have multiple, nested, entries in a single model or drawing file.


Request a Quote

  • Upload your sketches, diagrams or references

  • Provide a summary of your design requirements.

Project Initiation

  • Submit your NDA or confidentiality agreement

  • Submit your payment or deposit.

Design Review

  • Approve or Reject design proposal.

  • Request additions and or changes.

Final Release

  • Approve your design 

  • Submit final payment     (if applicable)

  • Receive your deliverables

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