Passionate About Engineering

Motovated Design & Analysis provide mechanical design engineering and analysis services to large and small businesses around the globe.

We are specialists in machine design and product development. Our passion is embedding virtual prototyping and analysis into the design process right from the outset: we can help you design your product right first time; test your product before “cutting steel”; and create life-like renderings of your product before it even hits manufacturing.

Our services are focused on reducing your design and material costs, eliminating rework, alleviating risk, increasing productivity, and improving the functionality and durability of your products.

It is our mission to take the stress out of engineering your vision!


Latest News

Eventbrite
29 & 30 October 2014 - Hamilton & Auckland Seminars
Digital Design, Virtual Prototyping
              and Digital Manufacturing: is it a reality?


At the end of October we are presenting free seminars that are aimed at improving the quality of your product and decreasing time to market. We'll help you understand the potential of digital design, virtual prototyping, and digital manufacturing and explain how these advanced technologies can fast-track your development program.
Find out more and register.

August Newsletter
17 September 2014 - Gough Engineering Factory Tour

Gough Engineering, SME, Motovated Design & Analysis, and CADPRO would like to invite all of their Canterbury clients, SME members, and SW Users Group members to a factory tour of Gough Engineering. Gough are also happy to show their use of CAD in the Drawing Office and CADPRO will present some neat CAM software for Inventor and SolidWorks. The look around the Gough Engineering workshop is sure to be impressive. This will be a very informative session!

Date: Wednesday 17 September

Time: 5:30 p.m

Venue: Gough Engineering, 24 Amyes Road, Hornby

See the Agenda here.

August Newsletter
25 August 2014 - Motovated's August 2014 Newsletter

In this month’s issue we discuss the highlights from the recent Youth Innovation Awards (YIA) and Innovation Forum in Tauranga. We introduce two events coming soon including a factory tour and CAD demonstration, along with a Tip & Trick discussing some simple guidelines for selecting the right Steel for the Job. We also have another joke and puzzle for you, enjoy the read!

Read the whole newsletter here.

Motovateds Go-kart Grand Prix
28 August 2014 - Motovated's Go-kart Grand Prix

Start your engines! Get your adrenalin flowing for the inaugural Motovated Go-kart Grand Prix! Motovated would like to invite you (and your team/colleagues/workplace) to compete in a fun race event. The event will be hosted at SupaKarts Sydenham. All driving capabilities are welcome. It’s a great team building exercise, involves a lot of strategy and a good way to get “one up” on partnering companies. Most importantly, no racing is complete without food. BBQ food will be supplied.

For more information check out the agenda. Look forward to seeing your entry!

Date: Thursday 28th August

Time: 6:00 p.m

Venue: SupaKarts Sydenham

Please RSVP here by Friday August the 22nd.

SolidWorks User Group
15 July 2014 - CANSWUG (Canterbury SW User Group) factory tour of Scott Technology.

What a fantastic night! It was great to see so many people interested and coming along. In fact, we had a record number of attendees this round with a total of 63. We filled their cafeteria!

Matt Sherwood of Scott Technology kicked us off showing some of their sister companies and what the whole Scott Group does, then Bevan Hoyt of Motovated highlighted the design of press tooling that he developed during our most recent Scott's secondments. Then back to Matt who highlighted some interesting technologies they use in SW to automate their BOMs. It was great to see how Scott utilises SolidWorks to develop their products and improve efficiency.

Thanks to InterCAD for displaying some useful Tips & Tricks looking at improving sketch productivity. Also, congratulations to Matt Bancroft of RPB for winning the Model Mania Challenge!

Thanks again to Matt Sherwood from Scott Technology for hosting the event and InterCAD for helping out. We look forward to the next event!



Engineering Your Vision

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Having confidence we won't have to rework our moulds after manufacture to get the part we wanted, lets us control costs and timelines better.
      

- Brent Rasmussen, Skellerup Industries

Engineering (ĕn´je-nîr´ĭng) n.

  1. The application of math and
    physics to problem solving.
  2. The design and construction
    of complex structures.