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Mechanical & Thermal Egineering



  • Mechanical engineering – The design of physical or mechanical systems, such as power and energy systems, aerospace/aircraft products, transportation products, engines, compressors, kinematic chains, vacuum technology, and vibration isolation equipment.

  • Thermal engineering –

    Heating or cooling of processes, equipment, or enclosed environments are within the purview of thermal engineering.

    • Thermodynamics

    • Fluid mechanics

    • Heat transfer

    • Mass transfer

  • Motion Technologies engineering- Design and manufacture of top-quality, industrial-grade tools. For over 23 years, we have been developing and delivering durable, fast, and economical equipment, as well as affordable replacement parts, and professional technical assistance. Our innovative team of tool technicians, administrative and distribution staff draws expertise from a variety of engineering backgrounds, including aerospace, automotive, information technology, and other technical industries.

  • Metals

  • Foods

  • Light to Heavy Industrial Manufacturing

  • Rubber

  • Automotive

  • Medical

  • Laboratory

  • Glass

  • Ceramic

  • Composites

  • Aerospace

  • Molding

  • Electronics


Phase 1: General Design

The purpose of phase 1 is to establish the general product design for more detailed work in later phases. We will determine the best, simplest, and least-expensive ways of achieving product goals. 

Phase 1 Deliverables:
  • Basic product aesthetic appeal and user experience

  • Professional industrial design sketches

  • Engineering/problem-solving approach

  • Parts layout

  • Parts make vs. buy analysis

  • Manufacturing methods


Phase 2: Detailed Engineering

Phase 2 contains all of the design and engineering work required before a prototype can be made. This is the bulk of the project work.

Phase 2 Deliverables:
  • Detailed 3D design+engineering (mechanical + electronic)

  • DFM (design for manufacturing) optimization

  • Complete BOM (bill of materials) specified

  • All necessary calculations and/or simulations performed

  • Design ready for physical prototyping


Phase 3: Functional Prototype

Phase 3 is the creation and testing of a production-representative physical prototype. Prototype materials and processes may be employed if production methods are not practical or economical (such as CNC machining in place of sheet metal stamping, etc.)

Phase 3 Deliverables:
  • Representative, working physical prototype created

  • Design improvements/updates made

  • Manufacturing specifications/drawings/models finalized


Optional Additional Services

Additional related services are available through Brainchild Engineering's network of trusted specialist partner companies. You may interact directly with our recommended partners or have us to handle communication. Additional services costs not included. Services are listed in order of a typical project (start to finish)

  • Patents/IP

  • Business plan development

  • Promotional media creation (videos, etc.)

  • Fundraising management

  • Packaging design

  • Supply chain management

  • Mass production / manufacturing and distribution

  • Marketing


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