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!
27 February 2015 - Motovated's February 2015 Newsletter
In this issue we introduce our new Business Development Manager, give you the details on the next Factory Tour, and following a cricket theme
have some interesting facts about the Cricket World Cup and the small part we contributed.
We have heaps of other things happening, and as usual you can find an interesting Tip & Trick and a silly joke.
Enjoy the read!
04 February 2015 - It's business as usual!
Motovated is undertaking some really exciting changes to the business. In order to better focus
our services, we are separating our Auckland and Christchurch offices. Greg will own and manage the
Christchurch office under the Motovated Design & Analysis banner, and Jonathan will own and
manage the Auckland office under the new banner of Caliber Design.
So what does this mean for our clients? This transition will be essentially seamless, except for a change in company name for our Auckland clients. So it's business as usual!
Feel free to contact Greg on 021 82 5283 or Jon on 021 582 199 for more information.
9 December 2014 - Motovated's December 2014 Newsletter
This is our last newsletter for the year, and we hope you have a great Christmas holiday!
Our 2015 calendars have been posted out - please drop us a line if you haven't received a copy. In this issue we have some updates on the recent seminars
and factory tours, a tip & trick on surviving the holidays, and of course a joke and puzzle to finish off the year.
Enjoy the read, catch you in 2015
Engineering Your Vision