Harvard Integrations is a privately owned manufacturer and marketer of a diverse line of custom enclosures and accessories based out of Tea, South Dakota.
In this video we show you how one of their engineers used the power of SOLIDWORKS to bring his artistic vision to life.
Harvard Integrations product line of Power Distribution Centers, operator stations, skids, generator enclosures, sub-base fuel tanks and trailers are each custom engineered and fabricated to the unique requirements and high standards of every customers’ needs. Built on a foundation of quality engineering, craftsmanship and relationships, Harvard Integrations is able to deliver the finest products in the industry.
Harvard Integration's manufacturing facility played a role in a unique project created by their Structural/Mechanical Engineer Jason Richter. His SOLIDWORKS-designed sculpture was selected from hundreds of entries to be displayed in the Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk.
"SOLIDWORKS is a great player in this project. Pair that with the help from Alignex and it’s just a wonderful tool to be able to lean on when you have issues," said Jason. "You can call up Alignex and ask what would be the best industry standard for this process. Having that in your back pocket just works wonders."
Written by The Alignex Team
The Alignex Team of application engineers combined their depth of experience and industry knowledge to bring you the contents of this article.