FlexSys has impressive credentials for aerodynamics, but for Industry we also can license an exciting range of compliant and single-part mechanism designs that are just not possible any other way. Whether you need to reduce part count, or eliminate backlash, or need a repeatable performance profile that is inexpensive and highly reliable, FlexSys can help. Our creative design engineers can look at your assemblies and quickly determine if it could benefit from this out-of-the-box design approach.
FlexSys Inc. was founded in 2000 by Dr. Sridhar Kota to develop and commercialize his patented design of a shape-morphing adaptive control surface of an airfoil. Today, with combined experience of over 80 years, we are a one-stop-shop in Design, Build and Test, and have already applied our methods to the automotive, aerospace, medical device, home appliance and furniture industries. MORE>
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- Understanding your product development objectives.
- Applying our unique complaint design approach, our creative engineers will generate multiple feasible designs for your review.
- Fabricating prototypes for your evaluation.
- Optimizing, using FlexWorks and other tools, to meet performance requirements.
Here's how the process works:
- Reach out to us to discuss your requirements. We may be able to quickly identify potential opportunities through application of distributed compliant design.
- To better explain our approach to design, we may direct you to a presentation more specifically focused toward your industry or type of problem.
- If there is a fit between your needs and our capability, we will enter into a mutual non-disclosure agreement to protect the intellectual property of all participants.
- We will then discuss and share our technologies in more detail and decide whether to proceed to a contractual agreement.
- FlexSys is open to a range of approaches in working with customers to achieve their goals - from licensing existing technology to managing large scale design efforts, challenge our experts to solve your most difficult problems.
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