Emergnt Design Labs crafts the ultimate Titanium fishing pliers for SORD: ultra-durable, corrosion-resistant, precision-engineered for the passionate angler’s lifetime use.
It’s important for product owners to understand the different file types associated with 3D CAD Modeling while collaborating with a CAD designer. Every commercial CAD program has its own native file types. These contain the most information but can be difficult to share. STEP and IGES files are used to share data between different CAD […]
Emergnt develops a breakthrough Class II Medical Device for Sedation Systems, ensuring safe nitrous scavenging in medical settings, FDA-compliant and US-manufactured.
Most products require some combination of custom and stock components. Custom components can be used in instances where a part must perform a unique function, perform a generic function to a specific specification, or combine multiple functions in a unique way to satisfy the user’s needs. Stock parts are preferred in instances where the component […]
Injection mold tooling is the process of designing and manufacturing equipment to reliably and inexpensively produce high quality plastic parts. Given the complexity of modern mold tooling, this process requires a high upfront cost before any quantity of product can be manufactured. However, the per-part cost following the tooling process can be minimal compared to […]
Emergnt creates the Vent Connector for Sedation Systems: an innovative solution for safe nitrous oxide disposal, designed for additive manufacturing and easy assembly.
If you’ve spent some time around mechanical engineering or manufacturing, then you might have heard of GD&T. But what is it? And why is it relevant to your product design project? Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (or GD&T) is a system for defining and communicating the tolerances of size, shape, orientation, and location for features on […]
Engineers are integral to most aspects of modern life. Engineers build bridges, develop software, formulate chemicals goods, and work on oil rigs. They design software, skyscrapers, circuit boards, and machinery. With so much work done under the umbrella term “engineer”, it can begin to lose its meaning. What makes someone an engineer, and why should […]
Product Design is all about creating useful things that solve real problems. Sometimes, in a moment of inspiration, the designer or inventor simultaneously realizes the problem and the perfect solution. However, these neat “eureka” moments aren’t always so common. More often, the designer realizes and defines the problem over time and must iterate for the […]
If you’ve done some research into product design or physical product development, you may have heard of CAD. Alternatively, you might have seen videos of engineers at computers manipulating 3D graphical representations of their work. What are these engineers doing? And what makes it an important part of product development? CAD, short for Computer Aided […]