Our engineering team cooperates iteratively with our designers, refining and perfecting your product. This process includes concept validation, materials analysis and prototyping. We deliver designs, CAD files and pilot prototypes everything you need to move forward to production.

We are adept with high end CAD, fabricating methods; our in-house 3D printer empowers us to prototype; iterate to perfection faster than you can think. We work with our extensive supplier network to create accurate, affordable prototypes and parts in a wide variety of materials in much reduced lead times to critically assess look, feel & functionality prior to the production process.

Whether you need prototypes for taking pre orders, conduct market research, testing, or merely to move to the tooling and production stage, we do it all. Distinctive design and styling gives companies a competitive advantage. Design is the key differentiator in most of today’s industries. Of course, the design must not only be visually appealing, but it must be functional, manufactural and affordable to build, support and maintain.

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Our products deliver flexible, robust computer-aided industrial design and styling software that accelerates your product engineering by providing fast concept designs that can be directly used in modeling.

Cultivator Infotech mechanical engineers understand the demands of modern designs. Accessing to the best suppliers, they work hand-in-hand with our customers to bring their designs to life. We have a deep expertise in plastic molding, metal, CNC, painting, treatment and long track records of meeting high quality standards and certification while integrating complex mechanisms and stringent cosmetic criteria.

We understand that in the end it is the user experience & nothing else that matters. Our designers do not think solely about form & function but make every effort to design to ensure cost efficiency, seamless user interface, ease of manufacturing & serviceability.

Our DESIGN PROCESS brings the designers, engineers, prototype technicians & often the clients together to ensure efficiency throughout all stages of the invention process. The result is that products hit the markets in months & not years.

solidworks & Ansys


Solidwork

We can help you to improve new product development using SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software. Our engineers have all worked as product designers and it’s their passion, understanding and real world knowledge of the design and manufacturing process that shapes the team and our company culture.

If you’re new to 3D design, are making the transition from other CAD software, or even if you’re an expert needing additional support, we’ll make sure you get the most out of your investment.

SOLIDWORKS was first released in 1995 and has grown to become the world’s most popular professional 3D mechanical design software with over 3 million licenses sold to date. Millions of design professionals across a broad range of industries trust SOLIDWORKS every day.

  • SOLIDWORKS is the most powerful and complete 3D Design software for Mechanical designers
  • SOLIDWORKS is easy to use, fun to learn and quick to get up to speed – generating a fast return on your investment
  • SOLIDWORKS has an amazing community of users who inspire and help to drive new functionality of future releases
2D drawings

Easily create 2D drawings from your 3D models, that automatically update if changes are made.

Animation and rendering

Create compelling photo realistic images and animations of your ideas before manufacture.

Check interference

Check all your holes line up and nothing else clashes – avoid errors before you manufacture.

Design testing

Simulate if your design will serve its purposes by testing whilst the design is still virtual.

Welded fabrications

Create welded fabrications with ease, add welding annotation and automatically create accurate cutting lists that update as changes are made.

Sheet metal parts

For designing and unfolding simple or complex sheet metal parts – with full range of flanges, tabs, corner treatments, ripped edges, hems and joggles.


Ansys

First our engineers use analysis to understand how a device works, and to predict how a new concept might work better. Whether we are designing a new rocket nozzle, a medical device pump or an industrial compressor, we create a theoretical model of the device and validate it. The theoretical model may be a CFD simulation or a detailed mathematical model. Once we have an analysis that looks correct, we make sure that our model fits a known device.

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We do this by an extensive search of journal articles/technical papers for similar devices, or by comparing via laboratory testing to a similar device (many of which we have in stock in our lab). We have the experience and the know-how to develop analysis methods that can be trusted. Once we know how accurate our analysis is, we can use it to predict the behavior of new concepts before building and testing them. We use this type of methodology to test out potential solutions quickly and reject those that won’t meet specifications. These results are then used to aid in mechanical design and fabricated prototypes and/or working parts.

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For example, while developing a gas temperature control system for a customer, we developed a model of the system including the gas, the heat exchanger tube and fins, the water and the metal enclosure walls. This allowed us to predict the temperature response of the system when subjected to a transient heat input. The model predicts the temperature accurately and it was used to help program the control system for the heat exchanger to keep the system at a constant temperature. All this was done before a single piece of metal was cut!

Our designers do not think solely about form & function but make every effort to design to ensure cost efficiency, seamless user interface, ease of manufacturing & serviceability.

Our DESIGN PROCESS brings the designers, engineers, prototype technicians & often the clients together to ensure efficiency throughout all stages of the invention process. The result is that products hit the markets in months & not years.

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