Engineering

Engineering

Engineering means development and every company wants to develop. NNTS can assist in doing just that, by selecting the right students for the engineering process. We specifically mix purely academic students with students who have a more practical background, such that we can handle the entire design process from raw sketch to production process and from small-scale structural mechanics to high-tech electronics, ensuring a professional result.

To shape your ideas into a well-designed product, we keep a structured approach and select the right students for the task. We maintain a transparent manner of working so you will always be in control and up to date of what we are doing and why.

Mechanical design and construction

Mechanical engineering can be applied to a lot of things, from a simple ice scoop to a fully automatic sorting machine. Mechanical engineering focuses on efficient, practical and feasible solutions where your ideas are converted to tangible products. Because we use SolidWorks Professional, a 3D CAD program, products come to live even before they are produced.

We will assess how your ideas can be turned into a fully developed product as efficiently as possible. For this process we use mechanical engineers for functionality, industrial design for aesthetics and electrical engineers for process control. If the design calls for other experts we involve them as well. We inform you every step of the way so you will always be satisfied with the results.

Electronics design

Electronics are indispensable in our modern society and the development of electronics is moving at an incredibly high pace. NNTS can help you keep up with these developments by designing both software and hardware. The design process is always done by team of students from different disciplines, designing for functionality, ease of use and appearance.

When developing software, we use model based programming. This means that we validate all written programs before implementing them into a system. Our programmers can program in virtually every language, from C++ to Java, Python and Ansi C.

The development of hardware is not simply assembling components. It is a delicate process in which all connections need to be assessed, checked and double checked. We use Eagle to draw our schematics and circuit board designs, to ensure proper functionality of our designs.