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SGW Designworks is
Your vision, our expertise.

We specialize in the development of new products, equipment, and systems. Since 2008, over 150 businesses have chosen SGW Designworks as their development and product engineering partner. We work with businesses all over North America, serving a wide range of industries and markets. We are capable of turnkey product design and engineering, including complete mechanical design and embedded systems development throughout the full development cycle. We apply Lean Startup principles, which means frequent, focused prototyping and iterations throughout development. Learn more about our services, or get in touch with us to learn about how we how our approach to your development project increases speed to market while reducing overall risk.

Projects.

Each development project we work on is unique. But most include a combination of feasibility study, concept development, initial design, development iteration, prototype development, final design, design for manufacture, and manufacturer engagement. We are even able to identify and manage contract manufacturers long term. If your business is looking for help with development and product engineering, we’ve got you covered. Some recent projects are shown below, at various stages of development.

Team.

Our people are the reason clients keep coming back to SGW Designworks. With background including machine design, mecha-tronics, programming, electrical engineering, manufacturing, fine art, and fabrication, we are able to tackle a wide range development projects with unique insight.Learn more about our team.

Clients.

Our clients do amazing things. Some are pioneers in the tech world, while others are a century old, with rock-solid product lines. Some are high-potential startups, while others are Fortune 500 companies. All of them have recognized that developing and launching successful new products is critical to stay ahead of their competition. Here are some of the businesses we have teamed with recently. Are you next?