Simultaneous Prod-Mfg Engrg

At our inception, GoTek Energy® was not your typical start-up company.  At GoTek Energy®, the product and manufacturing process were developed simultaneously.

In our R&D phase with our first engine prototype, we documented its assembly steps piece-by-piece including those steps that went well and those that did not go so well.

Early engine product design changes were made to address those assembly steps that did not go so well.

The result is that DynaKinetic™ engines, as well as compressors and pumps, are much simpler and less costly to assemble than traditional engines, compressors, or pumps.  They do not require the build-out of highly custom or complex production equipment and tools at GoTek Energy®.  Torquing, pressing, assembly, and test operations are all that is required.

  • A common engine, compressor, pump manufacturing “Process Flow Diagram” was created as product 3D models and 2D prints were being created.
  • “Process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis” occurred.
  • “Operator Instructions” were created.
  • GoTek Energy® equipment needs were defined.
  • GoTek Energy® in-house tooling needs were defined.
  • Process control needs were identified.
  • Error proofing requirements were set.

3 reputable global manufacturing system suppliers were quoted with the created documentation in the prototype phase before any pilot units were produced and state-of-the-art audio/visual and data connectivity features with quick model changeovers were included.

Capital costs estimates are in-hand to support funding needs for customer projects.

A capital preservation and reuse plan was also put in-place to redeploy purchased prototype cell equipment integral with the initial high volume production cell.

The capital investment cost for initial high volume production of engines will be orders of magnitude less than traditional piston engines.

Required floorspace for an almost 100,000 unit per year capacity manufacturing cell including material presentation is under 20,000 square feet.

An engine can be produced every 223 seconds with compressors or pumps requiring much less time.