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Hello!


So youre here! Good. About time... :)

This space here is where we offer our services as a mechanical and processs design engineers. We have a number of products (an ever expanding numer of products actually) and will be working hard to get them on to this site. Some have been designed and made by us while others are simply items that that we find quite fascinating and assume that owing to this fact you might too!


We are profesional engineers and have many years experience accumulated between all of us in a range of disciplins. Manufuring and the design of manufactured products, Process improvements and lean as well as lean office systems. We consult on productivity (office and works) as well as the design and applicatoin of productivity enancing tools including data and spreadsheet design, process automation and value stream flow improvement projects and all related activities and training.



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Tesla Valve

Tubuar design; Tested



Test of a physical valvular conduit - Tesla valve in tubular form





Tesla Valve in Solid Oak



Beautiful demonstration of the Tesla Valve - Valvular Conduit made in solid oak.





Lenzs Law Rocket Demonstration



Great hands on visual demonstration of Lenzs Law.





What do you need?


As discussed we have a wide range of expertise and experience, We would love to help you. Realising a prototype, evolving through manufacture to setting up lean and responsive supply chain elements. Product realisation is all part of the service.

We are engineers, and we can help you!


We particularly enjoy the design and production of bespoke and one off pieces. Demonstration pieces for sales or training are a speciality, as are test rigs.



YouTube.com


We have a number of videos uploaded to our YouTube.com channel and will continue to add more.

Come and check them out...!!


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