"After all, 70% of a product's total cost is determined by its design, and that cost includes material, facilities, tooling, labour, and other support costs."

This quote from Munroe A. S 1995(1) found in an article of Machine Design highlights this point very well making it clear that the detailed design and engineering process must be given time and expertise.

Conceptual design is Phase One of detailed design and engineering in which drawings are the main output. The drawings produced are often quite simple ideas with little detail, but the aim of the conceptual phase is to commit ideas to paper.

The Embodiment phase of the detailed design and engineering process starts with the concept and develops it into a workable system that can be further developed. During this phase, engineers will typically follow a framework of clarity, simplicity and safety in achieving the design goal.

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Cutouts and Doors Design

Harness Design

Piping & Routing Design

Design of Analog, Digital & Real Time Embedded Systems

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Compression and Sheer Panel Design

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