Skellerup Rotomould approached Motovated Design and Analysis Ltd to aid in the design of a multipurpose 3500-litre water/septic tank.
Cattle feed company 4 Seasons Molasses approached Skellerup Rotomould to develop and manufacture their concept for a new molasses lick. Molasses is used to supplement the diet of cattle to improve digestion and as an additional source of nutrients.
Seafury International Ltd produces a range of surface piercing drives and propellers for the marine industry, and have been involved in some extensive development of their drive units.
The development of a 6-8 tonne tilt hitch scaled from a 12 tonne model was experiencing problems and Motovated were employed to develop alternate solutions using advanced 3D solid modelling.
Nimrod Engineering Ltd approached Motovated to design a new 20T quick hitch to reduce the time and cost of fabrication and avoid complex plate bending.
Screening and Crushing Systems (SCS) approached Motovated Design & Analysis to help in the expansion and development of their Vertical Shaft Cutter (VSC) Ripper line.
Steelbro approached Motovated with the challenge to create a new sidelifter design that would expand their catalogue by offering a ‘bridge-leg’ solution.
EcoCentral commissioned Motovated Design & Analysis to redevelop their glass pulverising plant that was a key component of the company’s Materials Recovery Facility.
Motovated were able to reverse engineer existing buses, using legacy 2D CAD data to generate complete 3D models of entire buues. These 3D models could then be more quickly adapted to create multiple configurations based on the customers’ needs.
Late in 2009 KiwiRail commissioned Motovated to engineer a bogie in support of their new Tranz Scenic rail cars. These rail cars were due to be delivered in early 2011 and were to be a significant step forward in terms of ride quality for KiwiRail.