" Car design is a big part of MBtech's design universe. The complete vehicle is covered - exterior, interior, and CAD design"
and emotions. At MBtech Group, evoking emotions by combining aesthetics and innovations is what drives a group of talented designers. The company is located near Stuttgart, Germany, and is independently engaging in all kinds of car- and product design ventures. A vast network of engineers are positioned at several locations in Europe, North America, and Asia including Sindelfingen, Cologne, Ingolstadt, Prague, Laredo, Troy, and Shanghai. MBtech consists of several business segments: vehicle engineering, powertrain solutions, electronics solutions, and consulting all contribute to a holistic approach. Therefore, intercultural differences and technological aspects are always at hand to be incorporated into any design development process. But what about those creative minds that are based in Stuttgart? Whenever this group hits some technological challenges or maps out innovative ideas, there is a likelihood somebody somewhere within the company is already working on a related field. Once a link is found, mutually inspiring momentum will drive any process further ahead. This process is applicable for a variety of different areas. Car design, of course, is a big part of MBtech's design universe. The complete vehicle is covered - exterior, interior, and colour and trim design. Even test equipment such as electronic control units are given an attractive and functional outward appearance by MBtech designers. Ventures in packaging design for the food industry as well as for shopping goods and other rather graphic- design oriented jobs complete the package. As the journey from a drawing to a tangible consumer good is long, CAD modellers use Class- A and Class- B surfaces that are based on sketches and renderings. The goal is supreme surface quality, be it automotive or product design projects. Engineers adapt data to corresponding production methods and therefore ensure a smooth transfer from virtual creations to real-world products. In between, VR-specialists create 3D visualizations for design, presentation, marketing, and sales purposes. With these areas in mind, CAD data is brought to life. The interaction of modern machinery and traditional manual manufacturing makes it possible to turn any vision into physical reality. The ultimate result is a tangible experience of utmost fascination. more information? click here!