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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF GOOD ENGINEERING?


Benefits of Professional Engineering Design, Services and Vehicle Certification Procedures

 

The ability to communicate effectively and quantify effective parameters at the start of the project in:

  • Mechanical Engineering.
  • Process Engineering.
  • Product Design.
  • Automotive Component and Assembly Design.

Insight, experience and skill in order to formulate and implement innovative and efficient design solutions, bearing in mind:

  • Production costs.
  • Maintenance costs.
  • Product life-cycles.

Effective communication to:

  • Understand the customer and project end requirement in order to implement strategies accordingly.
  • Integrate with customer resources at all levels.
  • Evaluate progress and effect regularly to ensure deadlines are met.

 

Provision of effective calculation, modelling and evaluation resources as required.

 

Quantification of all results, whether by calculation or test, in an appropriate document for future reference and implementation by the customer, to be included in in-house quality assurance system documentation.

 

Ability to operate within the framework of recognised international manufacturing, product and Quality Assurance standards.

Important points to remember :

1.   All designs, components or repairs are generally required to conform to recognised local and international standards. This is important to remember when embarking on a project.

2.       Always consult a suitably qualified engineer, designer or certifier to explain aspects of the design that you are not sure of or are indeed interested in. It is important for the incumbent to be able to explain all considerations in the process courteously.


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