Nerdonic: Rapid Prototyping Laser Cutting Electrical Engineering 3D Modelling
Nerdonic is a full–service rapid-prototyping, electronics design and manufacturing company. We offer complete services, from initial concept through to final product. We can take your idea from a sketch on a napkin to a fully–functional prototype, and then into production. We offer a range of services, including Rapid Prototyping, Laser Cutting, Electrical Engineering, 3D CAD, 3D Printing, and Electronics Manufacturing. We can help you with every step of the process, from design to manufacture.
Rapid prototyping is a process of making a working model of a product using techniques such as 3D printing, Laser Cutting, and CNC Machining. Electrical engineering is also involved in the process to create the product’s circuitry. This process is useful for testing and refining a product before it goes into mass production.
Electrical Engineering and PCB design is the process of designing, developing and creating printed circuit boards and electrical systems for use in a variety of products and applications, including industries such as computing, telecommunications, transport and medical.
Electronics manufacturing provides a comprehensive solution for the design and assembly of electronic products. This includes the development of circuit boards, sourcing of components, assembly of components, and testing of products.
3D printing is a way to print three–dimensional objects from a digital file. A 3D printer creates the object layer by layer. This type of printing is often used for prototyping or for creating small batches of custom products.
Laser Cutting & Engraving
Laser cutting and engraving is a service that uses a laser to cut and engrave materials such as wood, acrylic, metal, leather, paper, foam and other materials. The laser cutting process is known for its precision and accuracy.
Firmware, Software & Web Development
Programming is the process of creating instructions for a computer to follow. This can be done in a variety of languages, each of which has its own syntax, or set of rules. In order to write code that is effective and efficient, programmers must have a strong understanding of the language they are using, as well as the problem they are trying to solve.