Adding Electronics to Mechanical Product Design

Looking back 10 years, electronics were essentially there own product category, now more so that Now more so than every eletronics are being integrated into more and more products. For companies exisitng companies looking to venture into this product cateogry and new startups looking to build this product it can poses challenages. Especially when firms look for outside help with their product design. For example, this could ha 10 years ago product cateogry all on theire ow now integrated into everything for example, a fridge has to be more than […]

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Filed under: Electronics Design, Mechanical Design, New Product Development, Product Design

Beer Chilling – Mechanical Innovations

All work and no play makes anyone a dull boy, so at the end of a long day of designing, prototyping and testing new product ideas, the team at Design 1st occasionally sit back and crack a few beers. But our curiosity does not end with the work day, so when considering ways of chilling a beer, we look beyond the time-honored combination of refrigeration and patience. Here is what we’ve found… Beer cans Two mechanical engineers out of Gainesville, Florida have revolutionized the way to cool a beer can […]

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Filed under: Blog, Client News, Mechanical Design

ING Robotic Aviation Read for Takeoff

What happens when you combine robotics, airplanes and a dash of aesthetic mechanical innovation? Well, with the right team and experience you may end up re-inventing aviation with unmanned aircraft that deliver airborne sensing solutions in the fields of surveying, environmental monitoring, and critical infrastructure inspecting. ING Robotic Aviation’s Serenity UAV ING Robotic Aviation is a Design 1st client whose disruptive aviation technology is shaking up industries and forcing operational change across the globe. The company has found the right mix of innovation, sensing solutions and aesthetic design that has allowed […]

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Filed under: Design Engineering, Mechanical Design

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