Die Hard - Micro Hardness Testing Machine:
Achieved an optimum ergonomic comfort, aesthetics and a visual impact to differentiate it from the competitor products and convey a high-tech look. Used design metaphor to convey high end testing machine, so that engineers not only feel confident using it, but also enjoy it. This would enhance their productivity. This helped tap the enormous potential of local and export market. Material Fiber Reinforced Plastic.
Offset Printing Machine:
This printing machine is easily removable light weight covers for major maintenance. It features hinged covers for operations required frequently. It also courts aunique interpretation of form and use of color to give it the high tech look.
Non-Destructive Testing System:
It has molded panels made of fire-retardant grade fiber reinforced plastic which is used for the cladding of the machine. It helps in reducing external components and assembly time. It has easy access points for convenient maintenance and usage.
734 CNC Wire-cut Machine:
The redesign reduced manufacturing cost by 10% due to design. The innovative form reflects function of the machine. Number of components was lessened and hence assembly time lessened as well.
The FEDI CELL:
The technology used for the purification is first of its kind in the world (with two US patents granted) with a label claim of 3ppm of hardness, requires two separate zones for separation of strong and weak ions in the water to be purified for efficient power utilization. This product gives an output of 99.9% pure water.
Design helped reduced the clutter in the product, ease in maintenance and differentiated from competition. This is used in High Pressure Boilers, Pharmaceutical Plants, labs and the micro electronics industry like IC’s and electronic chips manufacturing.
They built an insulated, lightweight, ergonomic rotationally molded cart specifically for fruits and vegetables using pre-refrigerated, energy saving cooling tablets with phase change material that retains coolness for upto 8 hours. This minimizes wastage in a country where upto 40% of fruits and vegetables deteriorates due to lack of infrastructure. It has a lower cost of ownership to vendors. Certainly enhances income for the economically disadvantaged street hawkers.