Event Horizons has developed extensive capabilities and skills
to support Rapid-Cycle prototype development. In this fast paced
market it has been necessary to vertically integrate every step possible
within our own facilities.
When we build your prototype, we design the electronics, layout the printed
circuit board, assemble the components, write the software, fabricate the
enclosure, paint it and deliver it to you.
"...we have the technology!".
Our 5,000 square foot facility brings together a wide range capabilities:
- Electronics Laboratory
Consisting of a complete suite of
test and development tools and software, ranging from the most basic of Digital
Voltmeters through Oscilloscopes and Logic Analyzers to In-Circuit-Emulators
- Radio Frequency Laboratory
Includes Microwave and RF
test equipment covering every major band, including signal generators,
frequency counters, power meters, sweep generators and much, much more.
- CAD/CAM Capabilities
Unlike some larger companies, Event
Horizons firmly believes in providing all of our staff with sufficient
computing resources. State-of-the-art Computer systems are found in every
corner and on every desk, including the machine shop, all fully networked.
In addition, Event Horizons has assembled a wide suite of CAD tools,
for drafting, schematic capture, electrical and RF modeling, PCB layout
and even specialized, custom developed software.
- Machine Shop
For production of parts and components required
during the development cycle. Our staff is skilled in tool and die making
as well as small production work. If we need a special part, tool or machine,
we simply build it.
- Fabrication Facility
Includes a sheet metal shop and
paint booth. The Fab Shop is equipped to produce enclosures from aluminum
or steel and to finish all parts produced for final delivery. We also work
closely with local vendors to provide silkscreening services, producing
a professional, production grade product, regardless of the size of the
project or the quantity produced.
This site was last updated October 31, 2007.