• Engineering & Development

    Engineering and Innovation have been at the core of our work values since the beginning. Having developed more than 90 Special Purpose Machines for a diverse field of work allowed us to learn and master various skills and verticals, placing you at an advantage in having us as your development partner.

    We have worked immensely in the following sectors-

    • Pneumatics & Electro-Pneumatics
    • Hydraulics
    • Complex Mechanical systems
    • PLC Programming & implementation
    • Custom Built Electrical control panel
    • Mechatronic systems
    • Motion Drive systems
    • Machine vision
    • Machine learning
    • Industry 4.0
    • Data analytics
    • Process/Plant Automation
  • Design Tools

    We use the following suite of licensed software to ease the development and production activities of the company to better cater to customers requirements-

    • SOLIDWORKS 2019
    • SOLIDWORKS Inspection
    • SOLIDWORKS Visualize
    • eDrawings Professional
    • Siemens NX
    • Siemens TIA Portal Advanced

    We have implemented centralized servers to manage product data through multiple iterations, ensuring seamless data synchronization across all the domains while still retaining all the previous iterations for future requirements.

Design Methodology

Seeing the industries’ need and our past experiences before delving into automated and next generation of machines, we updated our design methodology that every new machine we develop must follow to increase total productivity and reduce maintenance headaches for the end customer. Our new design methodology is much more focused on ease of use and international standards than ever before. Few of the design guidelines we follow-

  • Ease and Efficiency
    • The machine has to be as easy to use as possible.
    • The machine has to be ergonomically pleasing to use.
    • It has to be cost-efficient. Every component that goes into the machine has to serve a purpose.
    • No unnecessary automation should be added, which can add to the cost but not to the machine’s value.
    • The machine should be customized to every client to adapt to the client’s work culture and not the other way around.
    • Machines electricals have to be designed to comply with the local safety standards of that area.
  • Build
    • ISO or international standard equipment should be used wherever possible, be it pneumatics, motors, or electricals.
    • Direct rubbing of parts or friction points that could lead to breakdowns should be avoided where ever possible.
    • Even if it can’t be avoided, the material should be selected to increase the life of the product.
  • Maintenance
    • The machine should be easy to maintain with minimal preventive maintenance requirements.
    • Even in the case of any major breakdown, it should be resolved quickly and easily.
    • Minimal technical expertise should be required to repair the machine, even the electrical part of it.
  • Modularity
    • The machine should follow a modular approach wherein the machine is essentially a summation of multiple modules handling specific tasks.
    • The modules should be easily and quickly replaceable and inter-compatible with every other machine of the same kind to reduce spare part inventory requirements at the client’s end.
    • These modules should be designed such that they can be used on multiple different machines with minimal changes.