Let MM Design elevate your ideas to the next step by providing you with high quality, detailed, computer-aided 3D models. Any object can be modeled to create photo realistic renderings for either presentations or detailed engineering prints for manufacturing. We use PTC CREO, Blender and Dassault System's SolidWorks for CAD along with Luxion's KeyShot for renderings.
We specialize in packaging electronics to meet stringent requirements or simple designs. We can design bent sheet metal for quick prototyping or aluminum housings to shield against electromagnetic interference. After approval for production, we can have it ordered, built and dropped shipped to your doorstep.
Modeling is the basics of any great design. We create a 3D solid model that depicts the design intent. The models, in various formats, allow manufacturing to create complex parts as well as simple parts for 3D printing. Let us design your product and provide you with a manufacturing drawing package that can go straight to the machine shop.
MM Design offers drafting and detailing for creating drawing packages for manufacturing of parts and assemblies in accordance with ASME Y14.100.
Additive Manufacturing allows for highly complex structures that can still be extremely light and stable. It provides a high degree of design freedom, the optimization and integration of functional features, the manufacture of small batch sizes at reasonable unit costs and a high degree of product customization even in serial production. 3D printed models designed in CAD will result in less errors and the less material wasted at the printer. The following applications are just a few advantages of additive manufacturing.
MM Design offers end-to-end structural analysis using FEMAP with NX NASTRAN. MM Design's structural engineer has over 10 years' experience performing structural analysis on military aircraft and launch vehicles. Services include:
Worst case tolerance stack-up analysis of low run assemblies to cut down design errors during manufacturing.
Page last updated 07/24/2022
Reverse engineering a small part with scanning and modeling. Image shows heat map comparison of scan and 3D modeled part.
Layout of avionics packaging for a repeat client.
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