Brian Halicki
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Company
Halco Design
Job Title
Owner
Industry
Machine Design Service
Company Website
http://halcodesign.com
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Design
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Halco Design provides services for Mechanical design of Automation Equipment and Systems to a variety of industries; such as Automotive and Manufacturing, Food Processing and Packaging and Pharmaceutical. Our design process includes, Process design and verification, Mechanical conceptual design, Full 3D design and modeling and Assistance in selection of suppliers and providers.

For over 30 years, my experience has been in custom machine design. Whether the application is a new concept or revising an original piece of equipment, I'm always up for the challange.

By networking with a site like the Engineering Exchange, design projects can be linked with the most qualified person. Resumes can be sent to resume@halcodesign.com.

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At 6:59pm on January 11, 2010, JAVED LATIF said…
Hi Brian. This is final project towards my Master of Mechanical Engineering Degree on which I am working after completing all courses. I designed it on Pro E Wildfire 4.0, machined all parts with my hands on various machine tools, assembled it, interfaced it with a PC controlling it with Vissim software. I am doing structural & thermal analysis using Pro Mechanica and also doing manual calculations for my thesis. This device is used to find thermal conductivity of metals, plastics, wood, etc. LINEAR HEAT CONDUCTION DEVICE (WATER COOLED) FRONT VIEW.doc
At 9:43am on August 19, 2009, Liz Stott said…
Hi Brian,

Thank you for sending over that suggestion! I really enjoyed reading his recent post about Etiquette! I grew up in a household where hand-written thank you notes were done for everything - my mom was Emily Post 2! But it did help prepare me for the business world.

I learned a couple of things from his post - so thank you!

I really need to update that section of my website - there are so many other "guru's" I need to add, including Mr. Harding. Thanks again for your suggestion!

Kind regards,
Liz
At 3:52pm on August 13, 2009, David Stewart said…
Brian,

Should you need mechanical component help out this way...also check out this powerful conversion calculator: http://joshmadison.com/software/convert-for-windows/

Inspection Services- Zeiss UPMC 550, Guaranteed to 2um.
5 Axis Milling 20x20x40 w/Komo 3+2 Full 5 Axis
30x30x60 milling w/Troyke 20" rotary table
8 Axis Lathe "done in one" w/ LNS Hydrobar Sprint 552 twelve foot 11 bar magazine
5 Axis Wire EDM
24,000RPM Robodrills w/6 sided Chick indexers
6 Pallet changers

Please allow us to quote prototype and production for you.
At 8:56am on August 3, 2009, Liz Stott said…
Makes sense, Brian! If you see any research on the site that you'd like to gain access to (not all of the research have links/direct access), please let me know, and I'd be happy to forward you the research data.

Take care and enjoy your week!

Kind regards,
Liz
At 6:56am on July 31, 2009, Liz Stott said…
Thank you Brian - appreciate your feedback. Just curious, was there some specific information there that you found particularly helpful?
 
 
 

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