When it’s time to partner with a manufacturer that understands your needs and your vision, turn to Boyd. We have over 90 years of experience working collaboratively with our clients to make innovative concepts a reality. Do you need to verify if your idea will work in the real world? We can assess your concept and provide design considerations for manufacturability to get your product to market quickly and cost effectively.
At Boyd, we love a challenge. Our development process often involves cutting-edge materials, unique processes, and innovative constructions. Our expertise in construction techniques, materials, and manufacturing processes means we can find solutions to the toughest engineering problems.
Boyd maintains Design Centers around the world dedicated to innovative design and product integration. Our engineers collaborate with our customers and our manufacturing team to provide a streamlined product lifecycle from conception to prototyping to production and even to end of life management or retrofitting. Design centers include both general and specialized teams focused on specific technologies or markets enabling us to take on designs from the straightforward to incredibly complex system challenges.
Boyd's Design Engineering network is structured to address the full range of thermal, sealing, protection, and identification needs. Engineers are available for standard reviews, feasibility studies, and testing and design validation at one end of the spectrum. At the other end, Boyd’s industry experts have tackled some of the most unique and difficult thermal challenges and sealing opportunities to date utilizing cutting edge technologies such as Annealed Pyrolytic Graphite, Annular Heat Pipes, Ultra-thin Vapor Chambers, and Complex OLED Display Shield Gaskets.
Projects are handled by the engineers best suited to meet your needs based on your performance challenge, design complexity, budget, production or prototyping needs, region, and time constraints. Boyd Engineers come from a variety of engineering fields including thermal, mechanical, industrial, electrical, and manufacturing.