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2019 in review

2019 in review
This year has been a busy one! We’ve had the pleasure of working with an amazing team of 18 engineers across our app, hardware and software teams. Together, we’ve been working across a wide variety of projects and sectors including; medical, consumer kitchen, sports leisurewear, electrical safety, hygiene, science, fire safety and architectural.

A few key highlights have been continuing work on a spinal anaesthetic unit for a 

Chicago based client, working on some pilot builds with a partner in Boston and developing a product for an open sourced community project with Cambridge University to make science more accessible in developing countries.

This year, we’ve also welcomed two new permanent members of staff – Jack and Toby.

Jack is a product designer with a first class honours degree from Sheffield Hallam. With skills in both industrial design and mechanical engineering, Jack takes initial client briefs and brings them to fruition. Using both SolidWorks and Creo, he also is very experienced in using Keyshot to create some beautiful product renderings. With further skills in Human Factors and graphics, Jack is a talented all round designer capable from concept to production.

2019 in review
Jack is a keen squash player working his way up the local leagues, but also plays and watches rugby too.

Find out more about Jack here.

Toby is a postgraduate designer. Having studied aviation engineering, Toby has joined the team as a product designer. With the rest of the team he is working on mechanical and ID projects in the scientific and domestic product sectors. Toby has a bias toward engineering analysis and mechanical science.

In his spare time Toby plays guitar and is into music production, and often treks outside into the mountains.

Find out more about Toby here.

All that leaves, is for us to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you so much for your support in 2019, we look forward to working with you in the New Year.

 

 

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