Nextron, a manufacturing company, excels in connector R&D, electronic component design, and system assembly. Through vertical integration, we strengthen our core competencies and establish a strong presence in the industry ecosystem.
Nextron specializes in various types of mechanism design, integrating cross-disciplinary capabilities to develop cutting-edge products. Our products are tailored to meet the specific needs of real-world applications, starting from user scenarios and adhering to standard specifications. Leveraging over 30 years of expertise in mechanism technology, we are dedicated to delivering end-to-end solutions, covering the entire process from design to manufacturing.
Application of Mechanism
Mechanism technology focuses on designing and optimizing mechanical structures to enhance the performance, safety, and reliability of mechanical systems. It encompasses material processing, manufacturing techniques, and user experience, and plays a critical role in product design and manufacturing.
1. Connector Locking Mechanisms
Connector mechanism technology optimizes contact interfaces and locking designs, placing a strong emphasis on safety and reliability. Nextron's connectors ensure stable transmission by incorporating various materials and customized adjustments to standard specifications. This approach delivers the soundest design according to user experience for diverse usage scenarios, guaranteeing both reliability and customer satisfaction.
In aerospace connectors, stability and durability are paramount. We choose high-strength, corrosion-resistant materials and use locking or clamping mechanisms to ensure connector strength. We also enhance differential pulling force, implement anti-vibration measures, and incorporate anti-tampering features.
Nextron's medical endoscope demonstrates exceptional mechanism design. To meet the requirements of secure and easy insertion in medical settings, we adhere to ISO 13485, the standard for medical devices. Our design features renowned Snap-Latch Push-Pull structures, patented bidirectional unlocking mechanisms, and user-friendly designs that allow effortless blind insertion with a single finger press.
2. Signal Transmission Chassis for Autonomous Vehicles
In addition to protecting hardware components such as motherboards, circuits, and power supplies, a well-designed chassis also facilitates effective heat dissipation and considers environmental factors. Apart from standard specifications, Nextron also offers customized chassis tailored to different industry needs. This customization includes designing power supplies, interfaces, and slots on the front and back panels, selecting appropriate cooling systems, and incorporating additional fans or power modules, among other options.
For example, in unmanned environments, chassis used for high-performance computing and high-speed data transmission must prioritize system stability. These chassis are often paired with industrial computer boards to achieve low power consumption, high performance, reliability, integration, and scalability. Designing such a chassis goes beyond a single model specification; it incorporates industry norms and cross-disciplinary design capabilities to enhance heat dissipation and strength. This ensures uninterrupted operation under heavy loads, minimizing the risk of failures or damage.
Nextron provides custom chassis for global automotive technology leaders in advanced driver assistance systems. With the need for connectors to withstand high temperatures, vibrations, and humidity, a robust mechanism design is essential. Nextron integrates anti-vibration, waterproofing, heat dissipation, and easy plugging through embedded structures. This enhances signal transmission, maintains noise levels, and establishes a vital foundation for the future of unmanned fields.
3. Power Exchange Technology of Micromobility Vehicles
Mechanism technology is utilized in battery contact surfaces, specifically to optimize the locking design of batteries in lightweight mobile vehicles, ensuring the batteries stay securely in place during operation. Factors such as battery weight, user insertion and removal methods, angles, and force are taken into account to enhance alignment precision through mechanism design. This facilitates easy maintenance and replacement of batteries.