Product Concept Design and Model Development

in Mechanical Engineering held by Nirnesh
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This is a start-up and I'm looking for a mechanical engineer with electrical background. I need some help drafting the design and building the model of the design. I also have novel approaches to couple products and need some assistance in developing them.
If you can use computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-assisted engineering (CAE) software to create prototypes.


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