By utilizing the most advance carbon fiber production techniques, including vacuum infusion, and having them available in-house, we are able to produce complex, very lightweight products with relative ease.
By being mechanical engineers we have the capacity to build tools an machinery that we need to build the products we want. This allows us to try new things without having to rely on external parties. And using implementing our own control systems we have full control over resulting machines.
Having in-house 3D printers lets us try out thing's quickly and cost effectively and gives us the ability use complex geometry to solve problems. We are also developing a CNC milling machine to use for high precision parts production.
Combining mechanical engineering and creative technology gives me a unique insight in the creation of new products. The result is 'tinkering' on a professional level to quickly and reliably make new products.
I started out in precision mechanics. Started making carbon fiber products at a early age (such as my own frames). During college I got into contact with control systems. As a consequence I started building my own mechatronics projects. After working for several years on Big data and mechatronics projects for my profession I went back to my roots at EDCO Engineering as Lead Engineer.
I am a automotive engineer currently working on my graduation project for my MSc in Automotive engineering. Have a high aptitude for perfection and optimization of dynamical systems using mathematical simulations using MATLAB and Simulink.
As a mechanical engineer with lightweight as speciality I specialize in making things move more efficiently. By making things lighter they can move faster. That's the way I like to work.
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The MkI Racing handlebar we developed has been use by Nick Stöpler, who has used it to win the 2012 Dutch Nationals 50km 'NK 50km', and win third place in the 2012 'Zesdaagse van Amsterdam'. Since then the MkII has been developed and is still in use today.
It has taken a while but the new website is online! Have a look around, more will be coming soon as we compete more projects.