Entech Innovative Engineering

Tag: Engineering
  • Parabolic Reflectors

    Entech Innovative Engineering can build anything! An opportunity to do something different came with the development of our relationship with SeaSpace, specialists in satellite systems. To work on parabolic reflectors may have been a change of pace, but nothing we could not handle. A parabolic reflector must be fabricated to precise specifications. The high precision molds we made were laser me

    more
  • Art of Animation – Retail Jars

    The Ink & Paint Shop, a themed merchandise store at the Art of Animation resort, showcases our display cases: the retail jars. In a rainbow of custom colors selected by Disney Imagineers, the 37 large jar shelving units line the store with 168 smaller jars piled on top. Constructed of composite and automotive paint, the jars were custom made to fit the room perfectly. The jars offer a truly

    more
  • Art of Animation – Metal Flats

    672 aluminum and stainless steel flats were cut individually, scenic hand painted and installed to decorate the three buildings in The Little Mermaid area of the Art of Animation Resort. The shapes ranged from bubbles, to waves, to eels, to seahorses, to angel fish, to dolphins 22’ long. The variety and placement of the flats makes the area and each building unique. For the installation of th

    more
  • SkyVenture

    SkyVenture is a worldwide company that offers an indoor skydiving experience to their customers. Entech Innovative Engineering got to use its metal while working on several different flight chambers and water chilled veins, or radiators to you, which were shipped around the world. The large stainless structures were custom built with curved glass inserts and controls systems. Designed to be mod

    more
  • Walt Disney World Princess Gazebo

    The beautiful little Walt Disney World pavilion is tucked away in a special place where a little girl or boy can meet a princess or prince. Yet to make that possible required more than one might think at first glance. This delicate gazebo required engineering, site preparation, permitting, fabrication, installation and customer approval in a tight location and time frame. That things went smoot

    more
  • Art of Animation – Art

    The Art of Animation courtyards are filled with art. Constructed of composite, concrete and aluminum, The Little Mermaid area is enhanced by 18 dancing fish that are so expressively happy, passersby cannot help but smile. The 15 smiling fish also add to the joyful ambiance. In the Cars area, the yard art includes flat cars, signs and tire stacks with detailed airbrushed hubcaps. The hubcaps we

    more
  • Mt Rushmore & Building to Impress

    How Mt Rushmore was built and the technology created to make that happen.

    more
  • William Scherzer, American Engineer

    William Scherzer grasped a technical challenge, reimagined it in a new and innovative way, and thus solved a movable bridge limitation that had perplexed engineers for generations.

    more
  • Art Shelters of International Drive

    Collaboration, vision and technological innovation created Art Shelters in Orlando that break new ground in composite development.

    more
  • Gustave Eiffel

    When Gustave Eiffel completed his great tower, it was intended to be a temporary structure which could easily be torn down. That it survived to become a symbol of France is a testament to the technological, aesthetic and economic value the tower proved to embody.

    more

Subscribe

Sign up below to get monthly updates about our latest activities and innovations!

Get Social With Us

Copyright © 2019

The Company That Works!