Quality Communication Leads to Quality Engineering
The design-build process begins with a conversation. We listen, ask the important questions, and seek to fully comprehend your project goals and challenges. We take that information through three stages of visual modeling, seeking additional feedback and input throughout the process. This allows all departments, from safety, quality control, research and development, right down to the tech who will operate the machine, to weigh in on the design before we start building the first component.
We utilize computer modeling from the start, presenting even initial abstract design concepts in a 3D format that prompts conversation and inspires new ideas. The model is refined through every design iteration until the entire machine is represented virtually in its final form.
Our 3D models are great, but seeing your machine in motion is even better. That’s why we take the time to animate the computer model so you can see your machine in action before we start building.
Our 3D models are good, but seeing your machine in motion is even better. That’s why we take the time to animate the computer model so you can see your machine in action before we start building.
We have developed the means to view a machine in development in real-space virtual reality. This allows your team members to interact with the machine as if it were already constructed and offer performance feedback that will assure a final product that satisfies all needs and avoids costly modifications or delays late in the process.
“They are very creative and have good innovation on the tricky engineering challenges. [With virtual reality modeling] people can walk around it and get a feel for the machine.”