The development & design in mechanical engineering is most successful, when the development systematics in use captures all determining factors and takes them into account accurately during all project phases. Important parts of this methodology, which M.TEC uses as a mechanical engineering service provider, are a full project management, the design systematics, techniques for creative engineering and the continuous safeguarding by simulation & calculation. That way, M.TEC develops robust and innovative solutions in mechanical engineering and special machine construction, especially in the field of process and production plants.
Special machine engineering - reliable, innovative, autonomous
When designing mechanical engineering solutions on behalf of customers, M.TEC's engineers see themselves as committed developers and long-term partners. As a design engineering office, we also act largely independently, if desired. In doing so, we act in a forward-looking and entrepreneurial manner, alsways considering the interests of our customers. This is the real added value that M.TEC offers its customers beyond technically excellent solutions. Projects in mechanical engineering design include, for example:
- Design machines from scratch or re-design and extend
- Examine test procedures
- Improve sub-processes
- Increase output rate
- Introduce new technologies/processes
- Implement design changes
- Analysis of possibilities for cost reduction / cost saving
- Troubleshooting: Find quick solutions to urgent problems
Mechanical engineering design office – core areas of M.TEC
Processes are subject to numerous physical influences that affect a mechanical engineering design. Therefore, M.TEC focusses on the complete recording and analysis of all influencing variables in order to be able to develop robust concepts in process engineering.
Clean room technology, vacuum technology
In vacuum technology and clean room technology, the avoidance of particles is paramount for process reliability, especially in complex motion sequences. This is a regular task in mechanical engineering projects at M.TEC.
In the case of vacuum chambers, the focus is on a design with the lowest possible material usage in order to optimize costs. This can be achieved with the targeted use of simulations. In a vacuum, thermal and fluidic influences can also be simulated, for example for the design of cooling systems in a vacuum.
Mechanical engineering in the medical sector
M.TEC's engineers are familiar with the challenges of developing medical technology products through our numerous projects as a development service provider in medical technology.
For mechanical engineering developments in medical technology, we incorporate the necessary procedures for the medical technology industry, such as the high requirements for documentation.
M.TEC develops and designs test stands, manual assembly stations, inspection and testing devices as well as fixtures for assembly aids. Additionally, M.TEC's engineers provide support in the preparation of operating and maintenance instructions as well as specifications for test setups.
Special modules for assembly systems
M.TEC uses various 3D CAD tools for the design of complex motion sequences and, if required, multi-body simulation, an important simulation tool for resolving complex kinematic problems.
Simulations in mechanical engineering - in-house simulation department at M.TEC
Simulation & calculation is an efficient engineering tool in mechanical engineering, if used correctly by the design office. For your mechanical engineering projects, M.TEC's in-house calculation department provides simulations of the highest quality, with the following benefits:
- Detect unexpected physical effects in advance
- Correctly design thermal influences in the manufacturing process
- Correctly design fluidic functionalities
- Exclude negative dynamic effects from an early stage on
- Revealing the cause of a problem in a transparent way