Welcome. What Can We Show You Today?
Invention, when Needed
Systems & Optimization
to Final Product
Product & System Design
Mechanisms & Robotics
From Concept To Product
R & D
Failure Analysis (Forensics)
“. . . bringing the pieces together for a coherent whole.”
— This is, from an engineering perspective, exactly what we do.
— Fusing Ideas, Science & Style in Design & Product Development.
At Synthesis, our projects span from fun to serious, from artistic to high tech — with so many variations between.
Our experience and talent reach from many industries —
— yielding the broad experience we bring to you.
See the Design Slide Show for several examples.
Synthesis Engineering Services
We are a full service provider for a host of product development, mechanical engineering, and design services, including . . . Functional Design, Systems Engineering, Prototyping and Manufacturing Automation!
For a more complete list and details, please visit our Engineering Services pages.
You have arrived. Synthesis Engineering Services is your One-Stop-Shop for Product Development — from Concept to Production (or any of the steps on the way) — in customer products, industrial products, mechanical engineering consulting, manufacturing projects, and custom machines in an assortment of unique flavors. — We are the Synthesis in “Bringing a New Product Together.”
Play Video — One Example of a Custom Machine Designed and built by Synthesis. This Machine Automates Several Factory Processes to Increase Efficiency.
Our philosophy brings System Optimization together with the Eloquent Solution resulting in performance, reliability and economy. Innovation & Experience are our favorite tools with product deployment —
— The Goal: Empower Your Profitability
Power in Experience
For 20 years, Synthesis has stood as a top Mechanical Engineering Services Provider. We’ve weathered economic storms that took many others. It may be luck, or it may reflect our focus on Customer Satisfaction — in work ethic, attention to detail, and in drive for excellence. That’s what keeps customers coming back.
Looking to dive into the sphere of product development and patents for your new invention? We recommend you read these articles:
- The Product Development Process – a multi-page article about bringing ideas to market. This popular work has been re-published multiple times and used in entrepreneurial education around the globe.
- The Inventors Corner – a collection of thoughts and resources from an experienced inventor’s perspective, and from an engineer’s perspective. We have helped dozens of inventors navigate onto new paths, and this article is an overview of what we’ve learned.
More Information & Links
Take a minute and visit the Who Are We? page, or our Design Slide Show — a resume in pictures — or, the Engineering Services Page for a lot more detail on what we do. You may also check out the Team here ready to help “bring the pieces together.”
Keep up on the latest from Synthesis by reading the The Engineer’s Perspective, an assortment of articles under the Insights menu. We post a random assortment of things we’ve been doing, recent news, awards, events and occasionally some cool engineering stuff. If it hits a cord, please leave a comment.
There are many more articles too. The Library Page has articles and links to videos of interest. Things like The Product Development Process, Trailer Design, Invention, Starting a Business, and Fun Project perspectives are all linked from the library page.
Feel free to tell us what you think, and let us know how we can help, on the Contact Us page or in any of the page comments. We love to hear from readers.
Most Recent Articles & Blog Posts
With every adventure, it’s a good idea to look at what we are learning, to manage our failures, then direct our future toward success. Some say that’s not so with things largely out of our control (like COVID), but there are always things to learn,
I’m looking for a good source of Unobtainium. With the pandemic in full swing, it’s been really hard to find. Yet, the demand just keeps growing. I’ve got a few customer projects that need it to solve conflicting constraints, so if you know a source, please pass it along.
One of the coolest things in modern rapid prototyping is the ability to build the impossible. Parts with complex features that we could only dream of previously are a reality — even easy. Best of all, the parts are functional, not just for show.