Engineering teams use CoLab to engage in meaningful, productive design conversations to catch preventable mistakes and get to market faster.
So what's slowing you down?
Sharing files should be simple, but it’s a nightmare
Missed mistakes turn into redesigns
Engineers are stuck updating spreadsheets
Info gets buried in messy email chains
CoLab lets you share design files and feedback, all tracked in one place. With more context and less admin work, teams can review designs 2x faster.
With a Design Engagement System, your engineering collaboration stays organized
Secure File Sharing
Share drawings and 3D models with anyone, while controlling who has permission to view and download files.
Pin design feedback directly on a drawing or 3D model, so there’s never any confusion.
Automatic Feedback Tracking
As you review a file, CoLab automatically tracks and organizes your design feedback for you.
No need to overcomplicate it. CoLab is built with practical use cases in mind that focus on the areas with maximum impact for your team—so you can get up and running in weeks, not years.
CoLab helps engineering teams achieve 6, 7, and 8-figure cost reduction targets by giving you a repeatable way to run highly engaging value analysis events with groups of any size.Learn more >>
It shouldn’t be hard to tap into your supplier’s expertise. CoLab lets you share CAD securely with suppliers, enabling fast and effective Design for Manufacturability (DFM) conversations.Learn more >>
lead time reduction
cost reduction on a key assembly
cost savings in a single event
- Kevin Walters, Senior Director Hardware Engineering at Mainspring Energy
“We’re now starting to work with conversion partners through CoLab years before we’re ready to go into production, which historically is when they’d see that first bit of product.”
"With our normal in person events we’d find more than 100 opportunities for value-add on the models we’re reviewing. This year with our virtual events in CoLab, we’re averaging over 200."
"Something that used to take a full year, we got it done in six months. And I personally have never overseen a cost reduction redesign of that scale — in terms of the number of parts and the amount of complexity — and been able to hit a 50% cost reduction on it.”