Transforming lives – From wheelchair to walking – Mygo4ward prototype

Mygo4ward initial tests - Ali standing Move4ward (David Powney and Jude Simms) run a neuro-physio rehabilitation centre in Elgin, and through this they identified an innovation opportunity to develop a novel system – the MYGO. The MYGO is a soft garment exoskeleton, with built in printed conductive electrodes. It creates and boosts electrical signals to different nerves and muscles sequentially throughout the body, helping... Read more » ... Read more »

PRESS RELEASE 8th  December 2021 – EuropeWave Phase 1

Click here for pdf version Further success for Waveram project selected for EuropeWave programme Scottish technology development specialists, 4c Engineering, will collaborate with Basque and Irish firms to develop innovative Wave Energy Convertor (WEC) technology. The Inverness Campus based firm have partnered with Irish Waveram Limited (the project lead contractor), and Basque R&D experts TECNALIA,... Read more »

Project Corran – Corran II visor achieves CE Marking

Corran II face shield in use In late March, as the potential impact of the Covid19 crisis became apparent, two Highland based innovation companies 4c Engineering and Aseptium contacted their local hospital to see if they could apply their engineering and innovation skills/equipment/personnel to meet any of the anticipated needs. See flyer for pricing, and contact Corran@4cengineering.co.uk to order. Urgent demand,... Read more »

Corran Update

Corran headband laser cutting For more info on how to make the Corran visor, with Drawings and Assembly Guide, go to http://aseptium.com/corran/ Bumping up the volume We are delighted to announce that we’ve now managed to produce and deliver over 7,800 Corran visors to our local hospital ICU and other recipients such as care homes, dentists, pharmacies and the... Read more »

Project Corran

Update 04/04/2020: Face Shield Assembly Guide added here.Update 06/04/2020: Design files moved from OneNote to dedicated site at http://aseptium.com/corran/. Inverness companies collaborate to make 1,000 face-shields and release design for open-source manufacture   4c Engineering have joined forces with their neighbours in HIE’s Solasta House facility on the Inverness Campus to meet the current urgent need... Read more »

COVID-19 Update

In line with the Scottish Government / NHS recommendations, the 4cE team have switched to home working. We’re very much open for business: if you have an enquiry, please email info@4cengineering.co.uk and we’ll respond to you. We wish all our clients, colleagues and suppliers all the best for themselves, their families and their businesses throughout... Read more »

We’re recruiting!

Mechatronics banner We’re looking for a bright mechtronics or electronics graduate to join our team. This is a 12-month placement, with the possibility of longer-term employment following it. Full details of how to apply can be found here – closing date 8th March 2020. This post is part of the ScotGrad Programme and is part funded by... Read more »

4c Engineering turns 5

We’re celebrating 4c Engineering’s 5th birthday today with some cake in the office. It’s been an exciting journey from starting out at the end of 2014 with (very) limited experience in how to run a business before going on to grow the company every year so far. We’ve worked on some amazing projects, met some... Read more »

4c Engineering go international to develop subsea connector

4c Engineering will collaborate with two Basque firms to develop a reliable, low cost subsea connector following the award of a £70,000 contract by Wave Energy Scotland (WES). The Inverness Campus based firm have partnered with Ditrel Industrial (the project lead contractor), and TECNALIA, to create the “SEMC” project (Subsea Electrical & Mooring Connector). The... Read more »