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This In-Flight AHRS started as a breadboard prototype the client had developed. After providing us with the firmware and a rough 3D print, Jaycon's engineering team was able to design a fully integrated circuit board and manufacturable case to be mounted onto an airplane's dashboard. The client is currently seeking private funding with his finished working prototype.
These collapsible VR glasses were brought to life with its Lockheed Martin patented lenses. The main goal of this product was to offer a VR solution compact enough to fit into the customer's pocket for convenience, while also allowing it to be clipped onto a hat for a hands-free, headband free experience. After providing the initial industrial design sketches, Jaycon was able to take the concept and perfect it into a manufacturable solution to be injection molded. Jaycon worked with the client through the ideation, prototyping, and manufacturing phases — also being involved with the packaging and fulfillment of all orders to their Kickstarter campaign backers.
After realizing the water-saving shower-heads on the market were overpriced, this client decided it was time to design a solution that was affordable. By using lightweight plastic and chrome-plating techniques, Jaycon achieved a simplified, economical, yet effective shower-head that uses less water than regular shower-heads. With the working prototype in hand, the client is on their way to raise funds for production.
This car accessory that connects to the driver's phone is a safety device made possible by Jaycon's electrical and mechanical engineering team. Jaycon provided injection molding and PCB assembly services, ensuring their Kickstarter campaign was fulfilled on time.
This beacon enclosure started as an un-manufacturable solution to enclose electronics. After Jaycon's engineers analyzed it for manufacturability and redesigned it for injection molding, manufacturing costs were drastically reduced. The client then proceeded with an aluminum mold and produced several hundred units for their custom application.
Long-time paramedic presented Jaycon with a preliminary design of a case to protect stethoscopes. With Jaycon's DFM capabilities, the product was then redesigned for manufacturability and went into production for a fraction of the price it had been quoted for without the redesign — thousands of units were injection molded with a short turnaround of only 3 weeks.
This general aviation flight data logger was proposed by an avid pilot who brought it to Jaycon as a rough breadboard prototype. With the work of our industrial designers and mechanical engineers, the final shape was achieved for aerodynamics and manufacturability. Combined with the client's firmware and software, thousands went into production, where Jaycon injection molded and post-processed the plastics, also fabricating and assembling the PCBs.
With thousands of people misplacing their keys every single day, this client wanted a solution to fix this problem. With little technology background, the client allowed Jaycon to take charge on how the product should take shape. Our team worked on almost every single aspect of the product, from industrial design to firmware and packaging, all the way to manufacturing and Kickstarter fulfillment.
Although this geometric, weather proof, time-lapse camera was fully developed when the team first approached Jaycon; it wasn't completely designed for manufacturability. After making small modifications to its design in order to comply with injection molding practices, Jaycon was able to manufacture it with no problems during production. Its multiple-part nature required two different molds to accommodate for two different materials used — ABS and silicone.
With gamers always looking for ways to enhance their performance during marathons of gaming, this client decided to create a solution to help them do exactly that. After bringing Jaycon the design, our team made small engineering modifications to ensure DFM (design for manufacturing), saving the client time and costs during the production of thousands of units.
Although the client had a complete design of this air quality sensor, it was not ready to be manufactured. After applying design for manufacturing (DFM) principles, our team was able to injection mold thousands of units with no unforeseen production problems. Jaycon also provided circuit board fabrication and circuit board assembly for this project.
This BLE 4.0 beacon case is a waterproof solution for an existing beacon — it needed to be attachable to walls. It is comprised of two different plastic types, one see-through and one opaque, with insert molds for assembly. Jaycon team designed the case, and after a successfully tested prototype, we manufactured thousands of cases by means of injection molding.
With conference badges becoming popular, this client wanted to make sure he addressed this growing market. They provided the initial idea and concept sketch and Jaycon designers and engineers made sure to make it a reality. From firmware programming and mechanical engineering to injection molding and PCB assembly — our team was involved in every aspect of this project.
This environmental data collector is the successor of the client's original product. The goal of this project was to improve the original design by adding new features. After successful iterations and a round of designs, our engineering team reengineered both the plastics and the circuit board, making the entire enclosure waterproof so it can withstand weather conditions without affecting the circuit board. Jaycon proceeded with the injection molding of the enclosure and the assembly of the circuit boards.
The Arduino shield client knew exactly what they wanted when they approached our team — they were equipped with a BOM (bill of materials) and schematics. With these files in hand, we fabricated the circuit boards and assembled thousands of units.
This Bluetooth 4.0 tag, meant to be used to track multiple objects, was the result of the client's entrepreneurial thinking and Jaycon's hardware engineering capabilities. Jaycon provided their team with our BLE capabilities — engineering both the plastics and the circuit boards and manufacturing thousands of units for their Kickstarter campaign.
With a BOM (bill of materials) and Gerber files in hand — this client was ready for assembly. Jaycon provided all the SMT assembly services, along with programming, inspection, and testing; all needed to ensure it complied with certification standards — FCC, UL, and CE.
Equipped with a great idea, this client brought us a PRD (product requirements document) and rough sketches. After going through the ideation phase, Jaycon designed both the plastics and the circuit boards, prototyping it for testing, and finally manufacturing both the case and the electronics.