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Case Study with Excel Engineering

Puget Systems is proud to call Excel Engineering a customer. But the relationship is more than that. Excel Engineering is a valued partner. That partnership began in the early days of the pandemic, and at first seemed to arise from what appeared at first to be a simple need. “We need a better plan, better performance, better solutions.”

Case Study with Predictive Engineering

Clients approach Predictive Engineering with a design for a product which can range from satellites to submarines. We worked with them to create a workstation with enough power to handle their diverse workflow.

Case Study with Utah State University

Professor George and his students at Utah State University used three Puget Systems workstations, along with photogrammetry and virtual reality programs, to design a new, sustainable community on Powder Mountain in the Ogden Valley of Utah.

Case Study with Safariland

Safariland is a designer and manufacturer of equipment for sporting, military, law enforcement, investigation and public safety personnel., specifically gun holsters. The engineering team uses a certified Puget Systems workstation to conceptualize and produce prototypes.

Case Study with VIRA Insight

VIRA Insight is a manufacturer specializing in custom retail store environments. The creative team uses a certified Puget Systems workstation to produce realistic 3D renderings.

Case Study for Power Mechanical, Inc.

Nick Reuter at Power Mechanical uses a Genesis I workstation from Puget Systems to handle heavy duty multi-tasking across a wide range of different applications and six monitors.

Case Study for Verrix

Jenna Zimmerman at Verrix uses a Puget Systems Echo Pro workstation to efficiently create medium-to-large assemblies in SOLIDWORKS.

Case Study with SPU Falcon Racing

SPU Falcon Racing Baja SAE is a collegiate engineering design group for undergraduate students located at Seattle Pacific University in Queen Anne, WA. The team is competing to have its Baja SAE vehicle design accepted for manufacture by a fictitious firm. In order to provide optimal performance for both their work in SOLIDWORKS, and FEA simulations in ANSYS, SPU Falcon Racing Baja SAE used a system from the Puget Systems Obsidian line of PCs.