From Concept to Prototype, Your End-To-End Engineering Needs
The Hendey Group’s Design and Engineering Services team offers engineering and product development services that create a clear path for your concept to reality. Our experienced team knows how to get things started, how to navigate the obstacles of both retail and industrial markets and the right questions to ask at every step of the strategic planning process.
Product design projects can start at many different points in the design cycle. For instance:
- Do you have a patent but now need to create a working prototype?
- You have a prototype but need to design it for manufacturing.
- Is your product almost there but you have that one last hurdle you can’t overcome?
- You have a great engineering team but you need fresh innovative thinking.
- Your project load is busting at the seams and you need additional experienced outside help.
Our design experience covers a wide range of projects and industries.
- Renewable Energy
- Traction Applications
- Oil and Gas
- Consumer Goods
- Sporting Equipment
- Battery and Energy Storage
The Design and Engineering division of The Hendey Group offers la carte services including:
We provide Industrial Design, Illustrations, and Engineering Drawings, essential to communicating your ideas.
By using multiple techniques, we can quickly fabricate a scale model quickly mocking up the future state of ideas.
Engineering concerned with the understanding of applications and procedures in manufacturing processes and production methods.
Designing products used by people around the world every day, focusing not only on the appearance of a product, but also on how it functions, it is manufactured, and the experience it provides for users.
Project Management provides the skills to initiate, plan, execute, control and close the work of your team to achieve your goals and meet your success criteria.
During an initial consultation with The Hendey Group Development team, you may be asked to look at things a little differently, and answer questions you haven’t considered before. Questions that might cause you to swerve slightly out of your comfort zone.
- Does this design concept truly solve the problem it says it does?
- Has this design been done before?
- Will your product concept cost more then the market will pay?
- Which (if any) product features are absolutely sacred?
- Is it more important to solve the problem or execute your idea?
- What patents have or should be filed?
- Who will manufacture your product after it has been designed and engineered?
- How committed are you to finance or find financing for your project?