Iconic works is an approved supplier to Hybrid Air Vehicles. We have worked on many areas of the project where we designed ground works to aircraft support equipment using Solidworks CAD.
We have been developing a range of components and products for several motocycles
Iconic has provided manufacturing support for a Solar Powered Vehicle for use in challenges all over the world.
We were asked to run FEA simulations on the rear structure of a Tipper Truck to assess the suitability of a design.
This was quite a challenge. We analysed a plastic component to see why the original part was failing. Cross referencing the failed physical parts with our analysis we then designed a more robust replacement.
We engage with many customers form a wide selection of industries where we provide manufacturing data and drawings to many standards.
Iconic was part of a project working at senior level to develop for manufacture a large lifting platform for moving the newest generation of jet engines into test cells. The design weighed almost 70t and the lifting deck was 18mtr x 8mtrs.
We regularly attend events where we can assist with promoting Engineering as a career path to school leavers. The Picture here shows us at the Gravity Fields event held in Grantham.
We work with a group of like minded Engineering Employers in the Grantham area to help promote Engineering to school leavers to address the skills gap in our sector.
We use 3D Printing in house to realise concepts at the early stage to fine tune feasibility and function before the detail design can be completed.
Helping a customer who we do alot of design work for, install, design and set up multiple fixtures on their new CNC machine. We also implemented the use of CAM within their company to program the machine.
We take an old worn out part and any other technical data that is available and recreate new CAD data so the parts can be made once again.
Hands on and working with your team, we strive to fill all areas that require assistance as a standard.
Ardingly College was planning to manufacture and race a solar-powered vehicle in Australia and required several components to be manufactured for their design of battery pack. Many of these components were machined from sheets of phenolic material. This material is very tricky to work with as it had to be machined without coolant and it creates alot of poisonous dust. As you machine the material away you lose alot of strength and hoding the material firmly is difficult. This makes holding tight tolerances also very difficult.
This was a basic study to see how the introduction of several performance enhancements would manifest on a Toyota Celica Race Car.