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Welcome to Paragon Design

Paragon Design provide innovative, practical and cost effective design solutions tailored to the client and project whether that is a one-off piece of equipment or volume sales item which allows clients both large and small to realize all their product development requirements. The company objective is to provide a timely and cost effective design service and proven products that exceed expectations and meet cost requirements so the client maximises profitability with the minimum payback period.

Paragon Design has a growing group of clients located throughout the UK and products designed by the company include original equipment used by Daimler Chrysler, aftermarket products used on all major manufacturers commercial vehicles, equipment used by the Ministry of Defence, products used in UK supermarket chains including Morrison's, Tesco and Sainsbury and medical equipment for the Sahlgrenska Institute in Sweden.

Latest News

5th May 2011
Simon Donson, Design Engineer from Paragon Design will be visiting Subcon 2011 being held in Hall 3A at the NEC, Birmingham on Tuesday the 7th of June 2011.

3rd May 2011
Simon Donson, Design Engineer from Paragon Design will be visiting International Firex being held in Hall 3 at the NEC, Birmingham on Tuesday the 17th of May 2011.

28th March 2011
Paragon Design use David Powell and the team at Thrive Creative to construct and launch the company’s new website.

16th March 2011
Simon Donson, Design Engineer from Paragon Design will be visiting the Midlands Design & Manufacturing Exhibition at Hall 9, NEC, Birmingham on the 6th of April 2011.

10th January 2011
Dancer Design ask Paragon Design to develop and build a Rotary Tactile Stimulator, a complex piece of equipment the function of which is to stroke the skin of a human subject at a known applied force, velocity and stroke length; used in medical education and neurological research and destined for Melbourne University in Australia.

Client Testimonials

We have worked with Paragon Design on three multi-disciplined projects over the last eighteen months, and we will continue to use them in the future.

In every case, Paragon have demonstrated a critical appreciation of the requirement, both technically and commercially; submitted accurate and competitive proposals and budgets; integrated smoothly into our project teams; and delivered the quality, design innovation and supporting materials you would expect from a first class mechanical design facility in the time scales agreed.

We have no hesitation in recommending Paragon’s mechanical engineering design services to those looking for a flexible and able design partner.

Harry Powell, Nyquist Ltd

Having been searching for some time for a mechanical engineering company who could take a set of specifications and a "back of the envelope" drawing and turn it into a working device, it was great to find Paragon Design. I run a small business making equipment to customers' specifications; the devices I make are often one-offs, and financial and time constraints don't allow trial runs and failed prototypes - it has to be right first time.

The outline of the design for the first project was thrashed out over a very pleasant lunch with Simon, Paragon's design engineer. Out of that meeting came a very elegant, compact and beautifully designed robotic device. He didn't even need the drawing!

Value for money is excellent, especially considering the quality of work and attention to detail and personal service you get. I would have no hesitation recommending Paragon to anyone looking for a bespoke engineering design service.

Chris Dancer, Dancer Design

Guardian Controls In all the projects in which we have used Paragon Design the results have exceeded our expectations, costs have met budget and delivery has been on time.

Without fail the components they have designed have been innovative, accurate and on some occasions had elegance where none was expected particularly in the case of our GC45 and MU10 enclosures.

I am particularly impressed with the parts they designed for our Guardian Infinity Lighting product range. I would not hesitate to recommend them to others.

Mike Murphy, Guardian Controls International Ltd

Featured Case Study
  A Rotary Tactile Stimulator is a small robotic device the function of which is to stroke the skin of a human subject at a known application force and velocity.

Used in neurological research this is one of only a few such devices throughout the world. It is being designed and assembled for Dancer Design in the UK and is destined for the Sahlgrenska Institute in Sweden who plan to use it in studies of a newly discovered class of touch receptors in the skin.

Read the full case study here »

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