3D Engineers is constantly refining techniques, introducing new equipment and innovating. The design process is refined to ensure clients get the most effective end-to-end method to facilitate efficient project completion. Words are backed up by awards for innovation and the world first of reverse engineering a complete car, the 1924 Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix, in a CAD program outside a manufacturer; when many said it was not possible.
Awarded the inaugural International Historic Motoring Award for Innovation in 2011, 3D Engineers went on to be shortlisted for the Specialist of the Year award in 2014 and won Specialist of the Year in 2015, beating companies such as Aston Martin Works.
Being skilled in a variety of techniques, and therefore being able to pick the most effective method, saves our clients time and money repeatedly. Most high technology businesses would need to pass work between various specialists, with the cost and time implications this brings, 3D Engineers, on the other hand, takes on a defined design brief and carries it through to completion. Concurrent engineering method ensures project timescale condensed.
As our equipment is fully portable, we can work anywhere on the planet. For example, projects in the UK, across the U.S.A., South Africa and numerous places in the European Union (EU) have successfully been fulfilled. With screen sharing, collaborative working is also as effective as if we were sat right with you discussing your project, and the time taken for travel and especially international constraints on personnel is eliminated. The countries that 3D Engineers has supplied to in these ways are numerous. Often, manufacturing is undertaken in the locality of the client to save cross-border tariffs and transport costs. 3D Engineers supplies services and products across the world.