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rheo-sense

RHEO SENSE

VROC Initium
The Rheo Sense VROC Initium is the first automated, high throughput viscometer used the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and protein therapeutics industries to characterize fluid viscosity. Machineart developed the Initium's physical design, its distinctive brand appearance, and optimized component organization for easy operator work-flow and servicing access.

dranetz

DRANETZ

HDPQ Power Quality Instruments

HDPQ's are designed to be convenient to set up while establishing a new tough and modern design language for Dranetz. Machineart handled all aspects of the physical design working in collaboration with Dranetz engineers to define the electronic components arrangement and product volume, in addition to engineering the plastic parts and assembly for production.

microtrac

MICROTRAC Nanotrac Wave

Particle Size Analyzer

The Wave is the latest generation of sub-micron Particle Size and Zeta Potential analyzers used in particle size measurement down to 0.8 nm for the manufacture of drugs, chemicals, pigments and other industrial compounds.

Machineart handled appearance design, part design for both the plastic exterior covers and internal process module, the sheet metal chassis, the making of an initial appearance prototype and production documentation.

xigo

XIGO Acorn Drop

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Analyzer

Acorn Drop is a new technology NMR instrument designed to help scientists, researchers and corporations improve the performance of nano- materials by measuring the surface area of particles or droplets dispersed in a liquid.

Machineart’s design won Instrument Business Outlook’s Industrial Design Gold Award for analytical Instruments in it’s 2011 competition. Primary goals were visual differentiation, ease of assembly, and design for low volume production.

surfect

SURFECT Ascent 200

Semiconductor Electroplating Tool
Designed to look and operate as simply as an office copier, the form & details of this sheet metal and RIM molded assembly communicates precision and emphasizes the process plating engine located behind a translucent window. The Ascent logo is a grid of backlit bumps that symbolizes Surfect’s "bumping" electroplating process.
fufitsu2-dc

FUJITSU i-Station LAN Phone

i-Station LAN Phone

The Wave is the latest generation of sub-micron Particle Size and Zeta Potential analyzers used in particle size measurement down to 0.8 nm for the manufacture of drugs, chemicals, pigments and other industrial compounds.

Machineart handled appearance design, part design for both the plastic exterior covers and internal process module, the sheet metal chassis, the making of an initial appearance prototype and production documentation.

ricoh-panel

RICOH FT Series Photocopier

FT Series Photocopier

The Wave is the latest generation of sub-micron Particle Size and Zeta Potential analyzers used in particle size measurement down to 0.8 nm for the manufacture of drugs, chemicals, pigments and other industrial compounds.

Machineart handled appearance design, part design for both the plastic exterior covers and internal process module, the sheet metal chassis, the making of an initial appearance prototype and production documentation.

fujitsu

FUJITSU POS Terminal

POS Terminal

The Wave is the latest generation of sub-micron Particle Size and Zeta Potential analyzers used in particle size measurement down to 0.8 nm for the manufacture of drugs, chemicals, pigments and other industrial compounds.

Machineart handled appearance design, part design for both the plastic exterior covers and internal process module, the sheet metal chassis, the making of an initial appearance prototype and production documentation.

avaya

AVAYA Rack Mount Switch Gear

Design Language Study

Avaya’s internal industrial design group assigned us the task of developing a new design language for their multiple lines of products that include rack mounted switches, floor mounted switches and telephone hand sets. Each product looked as though it was made by a different company.

Our design study proposed a consistent application of shapes, colors, textures and graphics to each product type tying them together into a recognizable product family.