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When planning new interactive exhibits, what qualities do you look for in a provider? Do you want one with a track record of delivering engaging and durable exhibits on time? Do you want one capable of understanding the science of design engineering? One who understands the properties of materials and varied methods of fabrication? Do you want an innovative company that is constantly devising creative solutions to production challenges as they create your vision? At Entech Innovative, we have been doing all of the above for more than twenty years!

At Entech Innovative, we partner with Science Centers and Children’s Museums to collaboratively produce sound, educational, interactive exhibits that meet budgetary goals. “Fun-driven education” describes one of our most celebrated offerings, the SKYCYCLE® High Wire Bicycle originally engineered by founder John Marhoefer. We continue to be energized by challenges. We excel at projects which require sound technical design and engineering and/or are large scale and/or are intricately complex.

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  • City of Wonders Traveling Exhibit

    Entech Innovative Engineering was commissioned by COSI to build City of Wonders, an interactive traveling exhibit that highlights the advantages of living in a city in Florida. Designed for young and old alike to enjoy, this low-cost, modular attraction features traditional Florida architecture and its history, allowing visitors to explore the various aspects of city life in the beautiful Sunshine

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  • Bernoulli’s Bench

    In fluid dynamics, Bernoulli's principle states that an increase in the speed of a fluid occurs at the same time as a decrease in fluid pressure. When applied to various types of fluid flow, it results in what is known as Bernoulli's equation. When the Witte Museum wanted an interactive exhibit that would help visitors grasp Bernoulli’s principle, they came to Entech Innovative Engineering. A

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  • Liberty Science Center Hurricane Effect

    Nothing like the real thing! So when the Liberty Science Center wanted to show how real world building systems protect tall buildings from the effects of wind, they asked us to build a wind tunnel that would simulate winds of over 100 mph.  See it in action! The Curtain Wall Test The Liberty Science Center wind tunnel demonstrates the effectiveness of skyscraper glazing systems, or curtain wal

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  • Heart Pump

    Heart Pump, designed and engineered by Entech Innovative Engineering, combines discovery and excitement into a “heart-pumping” race while teaching how the heart muscle effectively and efficiently pumps blood. In this interactive exhibit, the guest presses one of three buttons to choose the duration of the interactive experience (one, two, or three minutes). After pressing one of the cycle t

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  • Hope Diamond

    Entech, together with the world famous Diebold Corporation, provided the Smithsonian Institution with the design, engineering and fabrication of the vitrine chest and mechanical security mechanism that permits the public maximum access to the Hope Diamond. The high-tech mechanism displays and protects the Hope Diamond, one of America’s national treasures, within the security chest that houses

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