While hospitality design trends come and go (and then tend to come back again), the latest wave of hotel styles seems to be leaning more traditional and toward creating a warm, welcoming ambiance.
Topics: Ergonomics, Design, office equipment, Hospitality Furniture
When it comes to high-end kitchen appliance design, great performance is as important on the outside as it is on the inside.
Topics: Applications, Motion Control, Design, Appliance, Counterbalance Hinge, Food Industry, kitchen
As workplaces evolve and technology advances, ergonomic solutions are becoming increasingly important for businesses looking to create healthy and productive work environments.
Topics: Ergonomics, Design, Safety, office equipment
When most people think of workplace ergonomics, they think of the office worker who sits 8 hours a day in front of a computer.
Topics: Ergonomics, Design, Medical Equipment, Safety
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?
Topics: Applications, Design, Grill, Aesthetics, Food Industry, Cost, kitchen
|Motion control design prototypes offer a fairly long list of benefits. Some are obvious, others not so much. The advantages of motion control prototyping include:
Prototypes validate designs. Just as -- or possibly more -- important, they validate designs before they go into production.
Topics: Motion Control, Design, Engineering, Testing & Prototyping
Topics: Ergonomics, Motion Control, Design, Appliance, Counterbalance Hinge, Hinge, Hinges, Industrial, Durability, Manufacturing
Thanks to counterbalance hinges, which make moving pieces easier by using a countering torque, several space-saving measures can be integrated to enhance your outdoor furniture including:
Topics: Design, Counterbalance Hinge, Smoker, Food Industry, kitchen, Smokin' Ugly
Industries That Benefit From Custom Hinge Solutions
While most industries could benefit from custom hinge solutions, these seven are prime candidates: (click to jump to the section)
Product improvement and differentiation should be a priority for anyone involved with an ongoing project.
One of the best ways to do that? Do something the other guys don’t have the know-how or big-picture vision to do.
Topics: Counterbalances, Applications, Ergonomics, Motion Control, Design
Today “motion control” implies automation, robotics, and electronics. But you’d be amazed at what you can achieve when you combine old-fashioned mechanical engineering with a creativity-minded manufacturer.
Topics: Counterbalances, Applications, Ergonomics, Motion Control, Design, Lid Support, Vectis, Durability, Safety, Food Industry, kitchen, hospitality, office equipment