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!

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October Newsletter
31 October 2014 - Motovated's October 2014 Newsletter
In this issue we have some info on upcoming seminars, and an update on visits to FoodTech and the University of Canterbury.

See the Tip & Trick for utilising SolidWorks to increase efficiency, and we also have another joke and puzzle for you for a Friday afternoon. Enjoy the read!
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.

Engineering Your Vision

KiwiRail Bogie Explosion-proof Engine Klima Cane Pruner Designline Bus KiwiRail Axle Box Glass Screening Trommel 60T Pedestal Crane Bulk Tanker

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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.