I have designed various electronic and mechanical prototypes for customers.
With an in house 3D printer, 3 axis cnc machine and a stencil cutting machine I can do most of the prototyping in house saving you the customer money.
The software that I mainly use is:
-Altium Designer 14.x
-Solidworks CAD for modelling 3D parts.
-Autodesk Fusion 360 CAD for modelling 3D parts.
-Microsoft visual studio C# to make custom WPF applications to test / interface with designs.
-QT to make cross platform compatible graphical applications to test / interface with designs.
-Autodesk Fusion 360 CAM for generating code for the CNC machine
-BobCam for Solidworks V2 for generating code for the CNC machine
-Cura for 3D printing parts
Prototyping / lab equipment that I have:
-Ultimaker 2 3D printer
-FS4MG LANG CNC machine
-Rigol DS2000 Full option oscilloscope (300Mhz)
-Rigol DM3058 5 1/2 digit bench DMM
-Agilent U8001A bench power supply
-Peaktech 1890 bench power supply
-Wavetek 180 function generator
-Saleae logic analyzer
-JBC CD-2BB professional soldering iron
-Aoyue 968 solder reflow station
-Solder reflow oven
-Solder paste dispenser
-Siemens voltage reference
-DMM check plus reference
-Microscope for pcb inspection