Our goal is to assist businesses in meeting the expectations of their end-users. With our knowledge in engineering design drafting and mass production development consultation, we strive to take your business to the next level. We are dedicated to being your partners in growth and helping you achieve success.
DRIVEN BY VALUES
One way to achieve success is by prioritizing your customers. Our assistance can help you create new products that require thorough research and development in computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM/CAE). By focusing on your client’s needs, we can help you generate innovative ideas and design solutions that address any issues they may have. This can give you a competitive edge in the market.
Our team strives to inspire and nurture innovative ideas that can lead to valuable intellectual property. We take the security of all data very seriously and use HPA encryption to ensure the safety of your information. If you need guidance on specific issues or creative solutions, our consultants are always available to provide assistance. Please keep in mind that confidentiality agreements are required for all meetings.
We cultivate an environment where every idea is valued regardless of who it comes from. We understand that failures are growth opportunities and strive to maintain a positive work culture. Our commitment to innovation and reflective practices is evident in our management’s dedication and stakeholders’ active participation in design projects. We prioritize team ideas to ensure continuity and consider the potential outcomes of our decisions. Our organization encourages everyone to share their views without fear of negative consequences because we believe that only good ideas matter.
NOT INVENTION BUT INNOVATION
Innovation is the art of finding practical solutions to problems and applying them successfully, often with the help of technology. In modern design, modeling and simulation play a significant role. Our team is dedicated to assisting clients by providing design drafting and plastic analysis, which can effectively solve up to 95% of manufacturing problems during the design stage. We believe that it is crucial to consider broad technical trends when examining design. The future of design lies in measurement and instrumentation technology, which presents significant opportunities for measurement and instrumentation science. Furthermore, we specify manufacturing requirements using GD&T in detailed drawings, ensuring that the product is measurable and that the drawings clearly illustrate how the parts fit together. As technology continues to evolve rapidly, staying up to date with these changes is essential for successful design.
Our utmost goal is to aid businesses and engineering firms in crafting outstanding and unparalleled products by providing unwavering assistance throughout the entirety of the New Product Development (NPD) process. Our focus is on exploring innovative ideas to broaden the horizons of existing concepts.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
To achieve outstanding results for your project, it is crucial to have top-notch input, imaginative expertise, and a precise balance of contributing elements. We are here to lend our expertise in developing specific products, such as materials, systems, and methods. Additionally, we can help create prototypes and processes. We employ the same approach to design and experiment with new product concepts and enhance existing ones. Our ultimate goal is to inspire and innovate by following a meticulous and systematic approach.
Architectural and Civil
Our civil and architectural service includes, but is not just limited to, the following:
- General principles such as classification, 3D object modeling, information management, process management, security, and collaboration
- Interoperability for design solutions, including 2D drawings
- Interoperability for analysis utilizing 3D finite element models
- Interoperability for estimation using classification, WBS, CBS, and estimation techniques.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
KEVOS was great to work with. They were responsive and followed the schedule as planned. Their customer-centric approach is admirable, and I’ll be using KEVOS for all my future design projects.RAGHAVENDRA ALBUR
KEVOS did exceptional work creating a Mogul Depositor design. They were efficient and responsive during communication between the shop floor and design team. We highly recommend them and would work with them again in the future.RITESH BANKAPUR FROM ACTIVEX AUSTRALIA
KEVOS is a highly creative and customer-focused company that prioritizes delivering satisfying end products to its clients.RAMI AKKARAGALLA FROM
CRE + VESTAMATIC
Quick response Good feedback on CDC requirementALWIN FROM DESIGN IDEAS
PLASTIC PART ANALYSIS
A plastic part analysis is a core feature in our product development stage, as we try to eliminate 95% of manufacturing errors at the design stage to build the most economical and quality parts. Further down here explains the process and terms that are involved in this analysis. We used a standard stool model designed… Read More »PLASTIC PART ANALYSIS
SOLIDWORKS PART MODELING TECHNIQUE
PARTS Good efficient assemblies start with good efficient parts. As parts are core elements of large assemblies, they need to be model sensibly and efficiently. Part design always has to start with a plan to model it efficiently, with properly placed reference geometry. One key element when modeling parts is to establish the design intent.… Read More »SOLIDWORKS PART MODELING TECHNIQUE
SOLIDWORKS PERFORMANCE AND SYSTEM OPTIONS
The performance for design software to reduce the lag time (the time from when you execute a command until it completes), several settings within SolidWorks and the operating system can speed up or slow down performance. There is no single way to set up SolidWorks, so it is important to understand the effects of different… Read More »SOLIDWORKS PERFORMANCE AND SYSTEM OPTIONS
LARGE ASSEMBLY DESIGN USING SOLIDWORKS
The term “large assembly” means different things to different people, so how do we define a large assembly? Large assemblies are not defined by the number of components or physical properties; rather, they have two primary characteristics. An assembly is considered large if: It uses all your system resources. It hurts productivity. These characteristics can… Read More »LARGE ASSEMBLY DESIGN USING SOLIDWORKS