Require a new product design or need help to make a design manufacturable?

Polar Design & Engineering can work from an idea, or reverse engineer an existing product that is currently made from alternative materials. We are able to focus on individual components, or full complex assemblies utilising a range of advanced materials; composite, 3D printed and machined.

Starting from as little as an idea or concept, we will take you through the design process, resulting in a quality 3D CAD model so you can visualise your product coming to life.

Utilising advanced manufacturing methods, we will advise on the best materials to meet your specification. From bespoke to high volume, Polar Design & Engineering will optimise your design for manufacture.

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Polar Design & Engineering uses the powerful Siemens NX CAD system to undertake design work on screen. Used by many Formula 1 teams, this system is the pinnacle of design engineering software, offering our engineering team the ability to tackle a wide range of design tasks with ease.

Within the Siemens NX software, Polar Design & Engineering uses Fibersim to assist with ply lay up design. This feature increases R&D efficiency, adds control over design change processes and improves production cost efficiency by identifying performance and production issues prior to parts reaching final release.

Surface Modelling
From scan data, existing customer CAD models or even from a basic paper sketch or idea, Siemens NX offers Polar Design & Engineering the ability to define and sculpt A class quality surfaces with G3 curve continuity. These high class surfaces are sought after in the automotive industry and are key for maintaining the high quality detail and finishing Polar strives to achieve daily.

From individual elements up to large, multi component assemblies and sub assemblies, Siemens NX gives Polar Design & Engineering the ability to view whole vehicle layouts on screen and in car line. This fantastic feature is perfect for reverse engineering projects when understanding mounting strategies and examining optimum fabrication processes.