Industry 4.0 has revolutionized mechanical product engineering by driving industries like manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, defense, construction, medical, and others. Powered by digital technologies, Design Engineering helps develop high-precision products that constitute mechanical, electrical, or electronic systems.

Design Engineering provides a complete framework for developing physical products that meet desired functionalities in complex working environments. From concepts, through prototypes and the final products – Design Engineering processes and techniques help develop complicated products with optimal efforts and minimum rework or modifications at later stages.

With over 15+ years of industry expertise, we understand the pulse of mechanical engineering inside out. Ranging from simple to the most complex design requirements, our range of services includes:

Design & Development: We use the latest software tools and technologies in design engineering. With an in-depth understanding and capabilities in mechanical engineering, we provide complete design solutions covering product ideation, design & development, project management, and final delivery.

  • New Product Design
  • 2D/3D Modeling
  • Design Study & Modification
  • Assembly Layout

Drafting & Modeling: Our team has wide experience with simple to complex 2D/3D surfaces & solid modeling. We can easily switch between 2D-3D drafting and detailing using various tools. We also specialize in validating component assembling using individual and interrelated tolerances to achieve desired accuracies.

  • 2D/3D Conversions
  • Reverse Engineering Drawing and Detailing
  • Reviving Legacy Drawings
  • Format Conversions for Engineering Drawings

Checking & Validation: We can help you check, validate, and establish accurate detailing of your existing drafts and engineering drawings that combine to form the final workable product. We also apply Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) techniques to prevent mismatch and rejections at later stages of product design and development.

  • Drawing Conversion into ISO, ASME, 7 DIN
  • Conversion of Legacy 2D/3D Files to DWG/DFX

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