Mechanical Design Overview

Mechanical DesignMechanical Design services provided by Triumph Engineering Group are tailored to the particular needs of the client, and project.

In general terms, mechanical design refers to the creation of documentation that instructs a manufacturer in the details of how to make, fabricate, or assemble parts into a physical product.

Business Benefits:

Working with Triumph Engineering Group gives your company access to:

  • State-of-the-art mechanical design assets
  • A broad and deep level of knowledge and experience
  • Resources to quickly expand your work force to meet short term goals
  • Specialized analysis capabilities

The numerous benefits of working with Triumph for mechanical design include:

  • Enhanced manufacturability
  • Up to 20% time to market improvement
  • Up to 30% efficiency cost savings
  • Increased product life and performance

Advantages:

Triumph Engineering Group also offers significant mechanical engineering and design advantages over their competition such as:

  • Experience: 60+ years of new product development and design expertise
  • Full Service: Start to finish capabilities to guide the client through the process
  • Resource Network: Superior supplier connections for prototyping, production etc. are available

Services:

The wide range of mechanical design services Triumph provides – Machine Design, CAD Drafting, Engineering Analysis, Sheet Metal Design, Weldment Design, and Molded Part Design – all represent capabilities Triumph has a proven track record of success in and vast experience handling for client projects.

Triumph Engineering Group partners with the client, customizes the range of services based on the client and project’s needs and collaborates on every step of the process to ensure the component/product meets expectations.

Mechanical Design Process:

Triumph’s design process involves:

  • Selecting raw materials
  • Selecting purchased components
  • Determining appropriate manufacturing methods
  • Creating documentation

The mechanical design engineer must consider many factors including strength, wear, operating temperature, corrosion, and the service environment among others when selecting raw materials, and off the shelf components. They must determine the most appropriate way to manufacture the product. Finally, the documentation must be accurate, and clearly communicate all physical characteristics of the product.

The drawings convey all the necessary manufacturing information for the products including:

  • Tolerances of size, location, and form
  • Surface roughness
  • Finishes such as painting, plating, or chemical coatings
  • Bills of material for assemblies

The drawings are the final line of communication to the manufacturer and must be clear, and accurate to prevent misinterpretation, and confusion. Triumph Engineering Group follows the drafting guidelines set forth by the ASME Y14 Series of standards.

Please contact Triumph for any of your mechanical design needs.