Many of our clients spend a lot of time and money on SOLIDWORKS training to ensure their engineers are delivering accurate designs in a timely manner. However, special projects and bandwidth can compromise even your best engineer’s ability to work efficiently. When you don’t have the internal expertise, time, manpower or technology required to complete a project, it’s time to consider outsourcing your engineering and design services.
When to Outsource
Use Case #1: Need for Specialization
Many projects require a specific skill to augment existing work. If you don’t have the necessary technology or expertise in-house to complete a project, outsourcing may be the answer. TriMech has a full time staff of SOLIDWORKS certified experts with over 40 years of experience and a variety of industry expertise to meet your design and analysis needs.
Use Case #2: Future Technology
If your company is interested in obtaining a new software or technology but needs help getting started, this is a great opportunity to outsource. TriMech Project Engineering can help your team learn about tools specific to your business needs, along with developing customized solutions. Upon adopting a new technology and completing training, you can contract with us to not only work on a project but also to help get your staff comfortable with using the technology for specific applications.
Use Case #3: Lack of Resources
Have you ever been in a position where you can’t compete for a bid or are running up against a deadline because they don’t have enough engineers on staff? If you simply have a lack of manpower or resources for a project, it’s time to outsource. Reach out to us and we can evaluate if we can augment your current needs.
Working with TriMech Project Engineering
If one of the use cases resonates with you, reach out to the TriMech Project Engineering Group. When outsourcing your engineering services, you can expect a quick turn-around time on your project. We internally manage all projects through a team-based approach that makes us feel like an extension of your own company. Our goal is to help fill the space between hiring or contracting long-term personnel and completing projects with in-house resources.
Our core capabilities include:
- SOLDIWORKS Best Practices Consulting
- Conceptual Development
- CAD Modeling and Mechanical Design
- CAE Analysis Services
- 2D Drawing and BOM Generation
- 2D Drawing to 3D CAD Model Conversions
- Fixture Design Applications
- Technical Documentation
- Animations and Photo-Rendering
Don’t take our word for it. Here’s what our clients are saying:
Neil Lesher: Inventor
“TriMech’s Project Engineering Group was the epitome of professional. Brian’s team gave me great guidance and really brought life to every detail of my design. I’m currently in the patent stages, and my attorney has stated that the 3D and mechanical renderings are some of the best he’s ever seen – and that’s coming from a patent attorney of 25 years! TriMech worked within my budget and handed me quality deliverables.”
Ingenco: Cabinet Design Layout
“TriMech was able to quickly respond to my request and provide the requisite support for a fast paced project to develop a multiplex gas sample conditioning and analysis system. The project was a success and the system is in operation at our Bio-Energy Washing gas processing plant located near Seattle, Washington.”
Lorne Adams, Director of Engineering, Ingenco
Cottrell: 2D to 3D Conversion
“The Interferences detected by developing the ‘Rockbridge’ 3D model early in the project prevented an abundance of re-work and field changes. TriMech and their team has provided an enormous benefit and will be our partner of choice for future modeling, simulation, and engineering needs.”
Billy Stone, VP of Engineering, Cottrell Contracting Corporation
Want to learn more about our engineering services and how we can help you? Contact us today to get a conversation started.