CAD design services


GES offers design services in designing industrial machines as well as equipment for daily use. Our business is focused on designing parts for gas turbines, axial and centrifugal fans, as well as fluid-flow machines. In addition, we offer design services to customers operating in the consumer sector in the broad sense. We design fitting holders and holders used in production processing. We can also design assembly workstations, production lines, daily use equipment and many other products.

Our design work, combined with FEM analyses, enables us to optimise the design of systems or redesign the crucial points of systems. This, in turn, allows us to improve the safety and lifetime of machines and equipment and to increase the quality of the structures used by our customers.

Our design services also include:

  • Analysis and optimisation of structures in terms of strength,
    • We offer analyses of structures to determine the optimal use of materials in the structures, and analyses of the lifetime and reliability of the structures, ensuring that our customers' products are of top quality.
    • Such analyses allow us to identify the cause and effect relations with respect to the occurrence of defects in products, especially at points of stress concentration. Based on the results of the analyses, we can redesign the product to improve its reliability.
  • Analyses of structures in terms and collision and correctness of assembly: We use the latest software to conduct analyses of structures for correctness of assembly at the CAD modelling stage. Based on such analyses, we are able to identify possible collisions during the operation of a machine or during its assembly. Such an analysis allows for eliminating the risk of:
    • inability to assemble or to dismantle a machine,
    • incorrect screw connections (the spacing of holes in flanges to be connected),
    • collisions during machine operation,
    • design errors that may result in machine damage.
  • 2D documentation:
    • producing working drawings,
    • producing assembly drawings.

The use of reverse engineering allows us to identify design or production errors that prevent normal operation of the machine. Using 3D scanners and geometric analysis, we can identify, in a short time, any geometric defects in a product that lead to collision and, as a consequence, defective operation of the product.