Everything you need to get your product design done quickly, creatively, and on budget.
Enginuity’s agile product design and development crew includes experts from our in-house mechanical, electronics, and automation engineering teams, as well as our industrial design department.
You know best what you need to deliver, and we will get you there.
Product design is about creating a functional, fit-for-purpose item that fills a market gap.
We guide you through discovery, conceptual design, proof of concept, and rapid prototyping to bring your idea to life.
You’re in the loop at every step.
Everyday, we solve a broad range of problems in multiple industries — and we pass that expertise on to you.
By trying different solutions inspired by our work in food production, medical, mining, marine, agriculture, and more, we find the best answer to your new product design challenge rapidly and efficiently.
Innovating with IGNITE Atlantic and Dalhousie Emera IdeaHub
We regularly work with small and medium enterprises, the academia, and other institutions and research groups to bring new ideas and processes to life. We provide mentorship and access to state-of-the-art technology and expertise to ensure that your product innovation reaches its full potential.
If you have an idea, don’t hesitate to talk to us. We know how to get you there.
Our Core Competencies
Product and Prototype Design
Sketching, CAD models, photo-realistic rendering, and mock-ups bring the design to life.
UX/UI (User Experience and Interface)
Material Review and Supply Chain Validation
Assembly and Functional Testing and Analysis
- Linear / non-linear static FEA
- Thermal / heat flow
- Fluid flow / computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
- Frequency response analysis
- Dynamic analysis including Mechanical Event Simulation (MES) with non-linear materials
- Random vibration analysis
- Frequency response analysis
- Strain gauging
- Modal analysis
- Design, build, and instrumentation of small test fixtures and prototypes
Enginuity has strong relationships with local and international manufacturers, suppliers, fabricators, and integrators. We also have expertise in the following areas:
- Casting and forging
- CNC machining
- Plasma cutting
- Laser cutting
- Welding engineering
- Non-destructive testing (NDT)
- 3D and resin printing
- Injection molding
- Initial assembly
- Plant process optimization
The Enginuity team includes engineers, technologists, customer engagement specialists, business developers, marketers, and web designers. We have in-house expertise in:
- IP and patent protection,
- Licensing and trademarking,
- SKUs, and
- supply chains.
Commercialization is always part of the conversation with Enginuity. When the time comes, if the fit is right, we can jump in and collaborate in commercializing your product or process.
Product Innovation solutions made specifically for you.
Prototyping and Product Development of Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector, OL1
Enginuity is helping Nova Scotia Start-Up Prosaris in developing their ultrasonic leak detector, the OL1 – radically changing the way we manage leaks.
The OL1 is an ultrasonic leak detector that can detect, locate, and manage the smallest of leaks. Highly applicable for industries such as oil and gas.
Developing a Cannabis Analyzer with Greenlight Analytical
James Wylde wanted to develop a prototype of a mass spectrometer that could sample cannabis in a simpler, more convenient way and provide faster and more accurate results. Enginuity’s Product Development team are helping them make it happen.
News and ideas involving our product design capabilities.
User experience (UX) design has become quite prevalent in the world of product development. Despite its recent popularity there is still much confusion as to what it actually is. So, where is all the confusion coming from? And where does it actually fall among the many terms attempting to define specific design fields? Better yet, how does UX design work within engineering?
No matter the complexity of an engineering project, ultimately people are going to use it. Thinking about carrying, gripping, pushing buttons, reading screens; this is where Industrial Design hits Enginuity’s Design Control Process.
We can’t all be experts in everything, but we’re all experts in one thing: our own ideas. But where and how does something as small and abstract as an idea evolve into something bigger? Something real?
Curious for more?
Talk to us. We will be in touch with you soon.