Like many people, we are often disappointed with products that are not good. As a design engineer, our mission is to solve everyday problems through continuous improvement and innovation.
In 1978, James Dyson was troubled by the weakening suction when using a vacuum cleaner to clean the studio. After disassembling the vacuum cleaner, he found that the dust bag inside the fuselage was blocked by dust, which caused the suction to weaken. He was inspired by the cyclone device that separated the paint particles by centrifugal force from the factory. He couldn’t help but start thinking: Can the same principle apply to vacuum cleaners?
He started his own research and development work. After 5,127 experimental models, he finally succeeded in inventing the world’s first dust-free bag vacuum cleaner.
The new vacuum cleaner invented by James Dyson is the first to be sold in the high-tech capital of Japan. Its high-speed centrifugal force and excellent vacuuming make it quickly established itself in the Japanese market, with a single piece priced at $2,000. At the same time, Dyson also won the 1991 International Design Award in Japan.
With the success of Dyson’s new vacuum cleaner, James Dyson set up his own research center and production plant in the Cotswolds in the UK in 1993, working to further improve his original vacuum technology to enable it to Effectively remove dust particles. Dyson’s double cyclone model DC01 was the first vacuum cleaner to maintain 100% strong suction from start to finish.
Today, Dyson has grown into a technology innovation company with more than 1,000 engineers worldwide, and its products have achieved great success in more than 65 different countries. However, we are still making progress. At the heart of all of this is our growing team of engineers and scientists with their steady stream of ideas.
Dyson’s engineers and scientists are based in the UK, Singapore and Malaysia to create or improve Dyson products. They have different professional backgrounds in fluid mechanics, prototype manufacturing, electronic technology, mechanical engineering, acoustics, and microbiology. Each member of the R&D department is an expert in their field, and it is their pride to make Dyson products stand out in the market and remain durable.
From Malmbury to Malaysia, from Chicago to Singapore, Dyson’s team is spread all over the world, and every member is critical to the company’s success. Dyson digital motors are the core technology of Dyson products. Recently, Dyson has just invested in a new motor factory in Singapore to further improve the production of Dyson digital motors.
Research, design and development
Dyson’s research, design and development began at the Dyson headquarters in Malmesbury, England. Here, James Dyson and his team of engineers are constantly working every day, working to simplify people’s lives with technology.
Correction, improvement; correction, improvement
The engineers and scientists of the Dyson team are constantly revising and improving their ideas and ideas. Today, Dyson’s technical model has become very mature, but there is still much room for improvement, and the Dyson team’s job is to constantly improve these technologies.
Over the years, Dyson has adhered to the principle of being responsible for product quality. Through years of research and development in materials science, it uses strong and lightweight materials to produce, reduce product consumables and maintain high efficiency and energy saving.