Universities and learning institutions are dynamic environments where knowledge is shared, discoveries are made, and the next generation of healthcare professionals is shaped.
Your project is unusual.
You aim to solve a unique problem that requires a custom solution. Adding mechanical motion control would perfect your design.
But is it possible?
In the world of motion control solutions, there's no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach.
You have a beautiful kitchen design in mind, complete with a folding countertop.
But have you considered the weight of this addition?
When it comes to folding countertop projects, precision is key. The weight and size of the countertop being lifted can greatly affect the counterbalance of the motion control system, and guessing or estimating can lead to serious problems.
The term "roughing it" doesn’t apply to "glamping."
Short for glamorous camping, glamping is a way for people to connect with nature without sacrificing the comforts of modern living. In fact, glamping brings a bit of luxury to a camping scenario.
When designing glamping furniture, the key is to balance style and functionality.
One crucial component in achieving this balance is using kinematic hinges. These innovative hinges add an element of luxury to glamping furniture design and provide smooth and controlled motion, making them an essential feature for glamping furniture.
From country roads to major highways, you'll likely spot more boutique hotels than vast chains. Even near big cities, boutique hotels are gaining traction.
Globally, today's clientele values the "experience" aspect of their purchases. This holds for an awaited online package, a meal at a themed eatery, and beyond.
Hotels and motels are striving to offer that distinct experience.
Topics: Counterbalances, Applications, Motion Control, Gas Springs, Appliance, Center of Gravity, Counterbalance Hinge, Engineering, Hinge, Durability, Aesthetics, Safety, Food Industry, Testing & Prototyping, kitchen, hospitality, office equipment, Manufacturing, Hospitality Furniture
Do you ever think solutions are too complicated, and everything’s moving too fast? Have you noticed that sometimes the high-tech products meant to make our lives easier are more of a chore to figure out and use?
Like so many other manufacturing technologies, counterbalance systems make life easier for the end customer. Matched with the right application, they can be a game-changer for user experience and safety.
The benefits of integrating ergonomically designed furniture and equipment are well documented and include a wide range of health, safety, and comfort benefits.
In medical environments, ergonomics are especially important because of the multitude of people they can impact -- and we’re not just talking about patients.
When it comes to high-end kitchen appliance design, great performance is as important on the outside as it is on the inside.
Today’s buyers want more features integrated into their products. They also want something that either doesn't take up a lot of space or uses space in a unique, effective way. So, how does a product designer balance the two?