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  • Why should I use DFMA?

    Why should I use DFMA?

    Design for manufacturability and assembly (DFMA) is, simply put, the proper way to design equipment. The products designed that used …
  • What is DFMA?

    What is DFMA?

    DFMA stands for Design for Manufacturability and Assembly.  I learned this technique during my first year of my engineering design …
  • COVID-19 Three Areas of Focus to Engineer and Design Remotely in Crisis

    COVID-19 Three Areas of Focus to Engineer and Design Remotely in Crisis

    An immediate shift to a remote work status can be a significant strain on any design team. In an emergency …
  • Designers Wanted

    Designers Wanted

    We’re hiring!  If you are a self-starter, good communicator and are interested in joining the happiest team of engineers and …
  • Customer MetalShark Wins Major Navy Contract

    Customer MetalShark Wins Major Navy Contract

    Having recently won a $90 million contract with the Navy for their PB(X) vessel, Metal Shark is continuing to win …