Industrial Hand Held Fuel Delivery System

Spark’s team of engineers and industrial designers collaborated closely with a large fuel delivery system company on this project. Starting from several sketched concepts, the Spark team worked diligently to meet a very challenging deadline. From initial CAD models and detailed drawings, through several prototypes, and onto fully tooled parts.

Industrial Hand Held Fuel Delivery System

Spark’s team of engineers and industrial designers collaborated closely with a large fuel delivery system company on this project. Starting from several sketched concepts, the Spark team worked diligently to meet a very challenging deadline. From initial CAD models and detailed drawings, through several prototypes, and onto fully tooled parts.

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Front TPU overmold bezel

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Front housing

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Rubber gasket for IP 67

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Screen protector and chassis

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Screen and PCB with buttons

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Rear housing

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Connector charging pins (IP 67 isolated)

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Rear TPU bezel

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Rechargeable battery and cover

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Charger rear housing

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Controller PCB with charging connectors

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Front charger housing

Rugged IP67 Design

The hand held device needed to be engineered to an IP67 rating. Ingress Protected against contact with objects greater than 1mm in diameter, such as a wire or small tool and protected against short periods of immersion in water while under pressure, between 15 cm and 1m in depth.

Rugged IP67 Design

The hand held device needed to be engineered to an IP67 rating. Ingress Protected against contact with objects greater than 1mm in diameter, such as a wire or small tool and protected against short periods of immersion in water while under pressure, between 15 cm and 1m in depth.

Charging Base

The project also required a charging base, with full power transfer, locking features and mounting capabilities to a truck cabin interface. The port accepted USB-C and power inputs and required a stable base with rubber feet.

Charging Base

The project also required a charging base, with full power transfer, locking features and mounting capabilities to a truck cabin interface. The port accepted USB-C and power inputs and required a stable base with rubber feet.

Prototyping & Manufacturing

Spark Innovations created testing prototypes at various stages of the project. The team also provided production support, in evolving the DFM (Design for Manufacturing) process. Reviewing production samples, making tooling modification suggestions and providing feedback for QC (Quality Control) strategies.

Prototyping & Manufacturing

Spark Innovations created testing prototypes at various stages of the project. The team also provided production support, in evolving the DFM (Design for Manufacturing) process. Reviewing production samples, making tooling modification suggestions and providing feedback for QC (Quality Control) strategies.