Consumer Products

Stress Engineering Services has an extensive history with the design and analysis of consumer products and packaging. Beginning in the mid-1980’s, we pioneered the use of computer-based analysis tools to evaluate and improve the designs of plastic bottles and closures. These advancements were based on our experience with threaded connections in the energy sector and launched what has become a cornerstone business practice. Although those early applications were highly complex at the time, they are now part of the standard development process in the consumer products world. We continue to advance our capabilities and applications into even more complex behaviors of consumer devices, plastics, packaging, and electronics.

The basis for our work is a deep understanding of physics, mechanics, and materials. We have integrated our engineering expertise with creative design, product testing, materials evaluation, manufacturing, and failure analysis to create a development and problem-solving environment that is unique and capable of delivering high performance products very quickly and reliably. In addition, our staff has extensive expertise with the economics of product development and manufacturing, which is leveraged throughout the development process to ensure the projects are successful from the marketing, R&D, manufacturing, and financial perspectives.

  • Market Research & Transforming Data
  • Creative Design & Concept Development
  • Material Characterization and Selection
  • Prototyping
  • Detailed Engineering and Analysis
  • Electro-Mechanical Devices
  • Product Performance and Reliability Testing
  • Manufacturing Process Setup, Startup & Qualification
  • Final Product Design
  • Ongoing Improvement / Process Reliability
  • Failure Analysis
  • Cost Reduction

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