In order to develop the most flexible and beneficial systems, it is important to us that every project begins with a thorough examination of the customer’s requirements. This is enhanced by our in-house mechanical and electrical design teams who work closely together to seamlessly take projects from concept to commissioning.
ETG places a strong emphasis on Project Management, ensuring that each project is assigned a dedicated Project Manager who has the right combination of abilities and experiences to oversee every aspect from design to operation.
We even offer remote assistance and inspection work on clients’ own premises!
ETG places a high priority on employing a truly talented and professional workforce and our facilities are modern and spacious. These resources allow us to provide the best engineering solutions for our customers, which is especially important to us because of the bespoke nature of the services that we provide.
With more than 40 years of experience in bespoke tooling and automation, ETG has built up the knowledge base, skills and capacity to supply systems that meet customers’ unique needs, whatever they may be!
ETG undertakes projects in a variety of sizes, from one-off machines, to single cells and fully automated production lines.
Significant capacity with core software of Catia V5/V6 and SolidWorks, early concepts of machine, line or product assembly solutions, utilisation and application suitability of ETG Standard Products including specialist End of Line test solutions, location and workpiece holding strategy studies, product design feasibility collaboration, DFMEA, FEA, Design Risk Assessment and ergonomic simulations can be worked through. Customer naming, numbering, file structure, design library, commodity specifications can all be established during SE.
ETG’s Design and Process engineers work side by side with the client’s product design and engineering teams in order to facilitate effective DFM principles. Using our experience, we can suggest modifications to product designs which can reduce individual part costs, concept-to-production timescales as well as waste.