Why Choose Us

Reduce your expenses, increase your profit and gain more market share over your competitors.

The increasing demand in CAD drafting and FE modelling, due to the numerous advantages they offer over traditional designs, force many companies to re-evaluate the way they design their products. Many companies, especially small to medium sized ones, face difficulties adopting this new methodology often due to shortages in manpower, budget, knowledge, experience and deadlines set by their clients.

They still require drawings, models, simulation, optimized results and presentations at top professional levels but since they can’t run an in-house CAD and FEA department, they have to outsource. They need the assistance of FEAC services.

Advantage of Outsourced Engineering Services

  • Reduce labor cost
  • Access engineers who are specialists in their industries
  • Free up internal business resources
  • Accelerate product development
  • Enjoy greater flexibility and scalability

Get a competitive edge

With no need to expand your offices or recruit more staff, FEAC provides the perfect solution. You can now easily outsource your projects to be accomplished with the highest of standards. Not only businesses can benefit from FEAC services. Universities and R&D centers have used our services numerous times due to the time and cost effectiveness FEAC can provide.

Universities and R&D centers often have limited resources whether is money, time or personnel. More often than not, outsourcing these kinds of projects can be more effective both in terms of budget and time. Some universities want to run different tests or development cycles in parallel for faster deployment or R&D centers might want to run the same processes more than once to validate their findings etc.

FEAC has a wide range of services which can be beneficial to almost any industry that needs any kind of product development or analysis. Be sure to contact us about your next project and find out how we can help.

“If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, drove a car, seen a rocket launch, travelled by ship, used electricity created by a wind turbine, rode a train, used a smartphone or needed an implant in your body, then you most likely used a product developed through physics-based, engineering simulation.”