November 7, 2023
Adam Smith’s favorite thing about mechanical engineering is creating something tangible. “Something we can hold or interact with that affects us. Something that enhances our lives,” he tells Design News. “Bringing ideas to life through design and visualization is fun and exciting but making it real is the most rewarding.”
As a senior mechanical engineer for Product Creation Studio, Smith has worked on life-changing medical devices such as the first waterproof wearable cochlear implant processor for Advanced Bionics. He has also worked on a number of robotics systems, including solutions for the aerospace industry, as well as a wide range of consumer products.
Smith has written several articles for Design News as part of the series, “Mechanical Engineering Perspectives for Efficient, Integrated Commercial Product Design.” He shares his perspectives in the Design News webinar, “Best Practices in Mechanical Engineering."
Exploring the common challenges that mechanical engineers face as well as potential solutions, Smith guides the audience through developing a product from start to finish. “We look at what we face, how and why we do what we do, and what tools we use,” he explains.
Please join us for an informative session in “Best Practices in Mechanical Engineering.”
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