Clipz motorsport © general partnership, designs and manufactures custom parts, specializing in motorsport end users. Well over 20 years of engineering experience support our business. Quality and customer service are our highest priority. As a registered company, our primary focus is to meet and exceed customers’ expectations from design to production. Custom design and product development are well balanced with the latest fast moving production methods. Customization and ingenuity give us and our customers a head start. Our capabilities include Laser and Waterjet cutting, sheet metal parts, CNC milling, turning lathe, part forming and 3d printing. Our modern production methods and simulation are endorsed with a variety of engineering software for value added services. By evaluating the part and its application before a design is finalized, we produce the most cost-effective part.
Over the years we have designed parts for many applications from many different materials. Parts should meet the criteria of form, fit and function in the final assembly. Designs should minimize cost through consideration of the materials and processes to be used in the fabrication and assembly of the part. Clipz knowledgeable & skilled engineering department with extensive experience in the custom design of parts, or solutions, can help you select the right design for your application setup. Beside our common mechanical engineering knowledge for custom parts design we use our FEM calculation, as we are confident about the geometries, the loads and the results.
Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
FEA analysis can be used to evaluate how efficiently material within a part is utilized. Under stressed areas can be lightened and highly stressed regions reinforced. Colors on the part represent both stress level and stress gradient. Very low stress means the part is not efficient – it’s heavier than it needs to be. High stress may suggest short service life or low stiffness.
Designs will be evaluated by a number of geometries that will be checked both with FEM to obtain the structural response to the theoretical dynamic loads, and to the production in order to value the costs-reliability ratio. When we’re sure of the optimal geometry we start the construction models and drawings and we follow the fitting out of the part on the car or system to be sure that any eventual modification can be solved or improved easily.
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