Freelance Enclosure Design Professionals

An electrical enclosure may look like nothing more than a box that sometimes resembles a locker of the sort, but it has a crucial function. It houses electrical or electronic equipment to mount switches and a host of knobs and displays. 

That same unpretentious box also ensures equipment users and the general public are safe from electrical shock, and that everything kept inside it is protected from the elements. This doesn’t explain, however, why Enclosure Design freelancers are needed to make them. Until you open the box and get a view of the complexity of its content, that is. 

The job of a freelance Enclosure Designer is to determine the various aspects that make a reliable enclosure, from the choice of material to the design standards. In the United States, an electrical enclosure must be built according to the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) standards. 

These cover a wide range of factors, including submersion and corrosion resistance. Yes, there’s such a thing as submersion of a box that is linked to anything electrical or electronic. Without proper design considerations, sparks can fly, literally. 

This puts emphasis on the need for reliable Enclosure Design services carried out by professionals. Because for something that looks simple and straightforward, major decisions have to be made during the design phase. 

Enclosure Design freelancers must:

Define the geographical market where the enclosure will be installed, used or sold. Designers must adhere to the rules of the EU, US, Canada, and other markets. 

Define where the enclosure will be used. An enclosure used on board ships is different from those used on land due to environmental factors, which influence the design and the choice of material to be used. 

Outline how a design is verified. Part of the job of a freelance Enclosure Designer is to create tests and checks that will be carried out to define and refine a prototype and right through to the pre-production stage. Potential problems are best discovered while an enclosure is still being built, rather than after. 

Perform risk assessment. Where electricity is involved, risk analysis is a must. This is also essential when applying for a certification. 

Choose the best material to use right through to finishing. An electrical enclosure can be made of carbon steel or stainless steel, powder coated or left bare. Carbon steel is best for indoor applications. Stainless steel is at risk of surface corrosion when it comes in contact with carbon steel or other metals susceptible to corrosion. 

With plenty of factors to consider, it is best to hire Enclosure Design freelancers to work on the electrical enclosure that you need. 

Cad Crowd can help. 

We have a team of enclosure designers that are highly qualified and have been pre-vetted to ensure that you are matched with someone skilled and knowledgeable in the field. Tell us about your project specifications, and we will choose a designer on your behalf. 

You also have the option to directly hire a professional who is well-versed in Enclosure Design services. Simply check out a member’s profile and click Contact to get started. 

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abhishek suchak
Member Since: 2014-08-25
hi, right now i am working as a designer engineer in R&D center of very reputed CNC machine tool company. Design is my passion and daily there are new challenges in my work.
55 points
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Jan Sunaryanto
Member Since: 2016-04-25
UPWORK link for past projects: https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01927bb67900547196 I am a versatile Mechanical Design/Simulation Engineer with 5 years of broad & extensive experience working with clients in various industries like: • Accessories & Wearables • GPS Trackers • Mailing/Postage Saving • Automotive • Arms Weapon • Household/Furniture • HVAC/Floor Plan • 3D Printing • Bioengineering • Electronics/Enclosures • Cooling Systems & Heatsinks • And many more I specialize in: • CAD Drafting/Modeling/Simulation/Animation from rough sketches • Blueprint-Engineering Drawing-CAD (2D-3D) conversion • Rendering for both commercials and internal presentation • Spill, leak, water & heat-proof modeling & simulation • Multiple file conversion techniques ranging Photoshop's .ai to 3D printer's .stl. • Material selections & rendering • BOM & Revision change maintenance • 3D Printing techniques like .stl modification and additive manufacturing • Liquid, Spin & Injection molding techniques and clearance requirements for plastics and metals • Company logo creation/modification • 3D Modeling tutorial & guidance • I am also experienced in Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator creating posters & logos • And many more Leaving a project hanging/incomplete is the one thing I will never do. When we come to an agreement about the project, I pledge to never disclose the project under any circumstance unless I have your approval. I will never accept any project or send any proposal to a project without a careful consideration of my skills, field of expertise, time availability, project time frame and other essential factors to the success of the project. I will do my very best to accommodate whatever you need even if it is not under my scope of work or even if that means the project would be extended several times, which happens a lot. I am available 24/7 via Skype: jan.sunaryanto and email: janbastians@engineer.com. Thank you in advance, I look forward to working with you :). Best Regards, Jan Bastian Sunaryanto http://jansunaryanto.branded.me https://www.linkedin.com/in/jansunaryanto
35 points
#998
kaputjan
Member Since: 2016-10-26
I am a Mechanical Engineering Student looking for an extra income to my studies. Also in a process of learning. I've been working in a company that designs and create electrical enclosures for many porpuses such Capacitors Banks, Power Distribution, Drives and Softstarters and more. I'm aware of IEC and IEEE standards and I have a lot of expertise in Low and Medium voltage designs rules. I know how to create optimal enclosures and thermodynamic optimized internal ambiances for any equipment under ABB standards. I also have knowledge in other areas such Metallurgy and free design (free creation). Other skills are related to simulation on Inventor and Ansys 15 and other less common tools.
15 points
#1127
Zein Design Worx
Member Since: 2017-01-09
Hello, My background is in sheetmetal design. I've been in the manufacturing industry for 6yrs working with MDs/MAs as a mechanical drafter. I can produce multi page assembly and work instruction drawings to represent multipart products and can include single part pieces with DXF files for CNC programming.
11 points
#1436
FHER
Member Since: 2017-02-13
More than 8 years of experience in SOLIDWORKS designing. From first idea to final product assistance. I WILL MAKE YOUR IDEA A REALITY !
7 points
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Vitor Milani
Member Since: 2014-12-10
5 points
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Ignacio Lopez
Member Since: 2016-02-19
Industrial engineer and Product designer with 15+ years of experience in product development. His professional career started in 2001 at the automotive field where he was designing and developing components for major car makers such as Ford, Audi, Volkswagen, Nissan Honda, or Mercedes-Benz. With the experience acquired for over a decade in engineering, manufacturing, design and CAD started his own business in 2012. Since then, had worked in more than 50 projects helping entrepeneurs and companies of all sizes arround the world in the mission of helping them to launch their ideas into the market by creating cad models for manufacturing, 3d printing or prototyping.
5 points
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Ahmad Syed Anwar
Member Since: 2016-10-29
I am with multi-skills professional and enthusiastic engineer, not just drafts-men but qualified engineering analyst who always assists to evaluate the execution feasibility of each designs in order to help my clients to visualize as they desired in reality. With 7 years of experience I provide: 1. 3D modeling 2 Conversion between 2D and 3D 3. Reverse Engineering 4. FEA, CFD, CFX 5. Sheet metal design 6. Structural Detailing 7. Fabrication Drawing 8. Photo Realistic Picture Rendering 9. Mechanical Engineering etc I give my best effort to client to satisfy their needs. Also suggest them the better engineering design for manufacturing capability. I can design products for: >> Injection molding >> Blow molding >> Thermoforming >> Sheet metal >> Structural member design >> Complex Surfacing >> Machine design >> 3D Printing
5 points
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Alexandre Willame
Member Since: 2016-01-18
0 points
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Anil Kumar
Member Since: 2016-01-21
Currently pursuing PhD in machines design for textile manufacturing. Topic of research : Design of linear actuator for traversing of yarn in a winding machine.
0 points