Superior Engineering Services
Our highly experienced Naval and Nuclear products team meticulously plans all manufacturing processes from inception to inspection, ensuring highly efficient work flow and a high quality end product. Our team includes prime contractor supplier delegated inspectors, exemplifying our ability to manufacture to the most demanding standards that exist in the Defense industry.
Our Engineers Are Here For You
Our staff is available to answer any question you have regarding your needs.
We employ a staff of world-class engineers experienced in a variety of fields. Design Engineers utilize the most state-of-the-art computerized programs to assure functional performance of all tooling manufactured. A number of our patented and proprietary tooling features are integrated into a variety of applications to improve process control.
Technical Assets: What's in our toolbox?
We are committed to continuous improvement and investing in the knowledge and technology to always be on the leading edge of manufacturing.
3D Computer-aided Design, also known as CAD or MCAD (mechanical computer-aided design) is defined as the use of computer systems to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design. The benefits of CAD include, but are not limited to, greater productivity in the design process, shorter lead times, greater design analysis, and fewer design errors through computer elimination of errors in design, drafting, and documentation.
Additionally, flexibility in design leads to easy modification per client request which results in higher efficiency across the board.
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) is a software that we use to both design and manufacture products. CAD is responsible for the design and documentation of your product, while CAM takes your designs and manufactures a physical replica of your product.
Guill uses CAMWorks to wipe out hours of complex programming with CNC, thanks to Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR) defining machinable features while the Technology Database defines operations to automatically create toolpaths at the click of a button. CAMWorks uses SolidWorks technology to create toolpaths that ensure the part you create is the part you designed.
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a computerized method used to predict how a product reacts to real-world forces such as vibration, heat, fluid flow, and other physical effects. FEA helps predict the behavior of products affected by many physical effects, including: mechanical stress, mechanical vibration, fatigue, motion, heat transfer, fluid flow, electrostatics, and plastic injection molding.
Guill’s use of SolidWorks allows leveraging of numerous programs as well as being an effective tool for communicating ideas. The same solid model geometry can be used for fluid flow, stress, and thermal analysis, as well as CNC programs and even for rendering designs for marketing purposes.