We are an award winning product engineering & Prototyping firm
Est. 1989 in Zeeland, Michigan, USA
Controls and technology solutions company, GHSP, wanted to make a virtual splash at the Consumer Electronics Show exhibiting futuristic product applications for industries like automotive and high-end appliances. Our engineers and model makers helped bring their ambitious vision to life.
The upgraded Porsche 959SC will approach a staggering 800 horsepower, 75% more than the original stock version. Canepa has relied on Broadview to recreate several components, implementing design tweaks and stronger materials to hold up to the crazy amount of power now being produced.
We had the opportunity to work on another Best of NeoCon Gold winner: Myne™ by Nucraft. Designed by internationally renowned Robin Rizzini of Metrica, the beautiful line of versatile and mobile work surfaces, markerboards and dividers meets the needs of evolving work styles.
Black Swamp asked for our help in developing tight tolerance CNC machined aluminum components for their internal snare system, which gives drummers another volume level and provides snare sensitivity across the entire skin.
Local Tier 1 supplier, Yanfeng (formerly known as JCI and Prince Corp.) brought on a Broadview manufacturing engineer to develop and launch a partially automated cut, sew and wrap production line for BMW center consoles.
We were blessed to be part of an amazing collaboration between West Elm Workspace with Inscape and Gensler that took home two NeoCon awards this year! Leading the engineering and prototyping for the project, we enabled a seamless introduction of the Conduit System at the premier commercial design industry show in Chicago.
When the S.S. City of Milwaukee Maritime Museum commissioned us to replicate a long lost 1931 sign, it was all anyone could talk about at Broadview. Being in the business of helping other businesses exposes us to a broad range of projects, and every once in a while, something unique and completely out of our core industry focus comes about, like this awesome vintage sign.
Herman Miller offers the high-end Polygon Wire Table in three different styles, each with at least three different standard color options, which is great for their customers, but difficult from a production standpoint.
Broadview provides low volume injection molding for an industry leader in high-design site furniture and advanced LED lighting, which allows the company to offer many customization options to it’s customers. Universities, for example, want their cohesive brand look and colors to show throughout campus.
Newhouse Design, Cascade Engineering and Herman Miller had some big aspirations for the sleek Flute Light. The design brief required not only a minimal use of desk space, but also a minimal carbon footprint. Everything about this ultra lightweight, high quality product was designed with those goals in mind.