Ensuring Continuous Operation & Maintenance
Of Your Systems

Sustaining Engineering

As your systems and products near the end of their lifespan, sustaining engineering is a valuable engineering service offered by Vee Technologies. As your engineering teams are focused on new product development, Vee Technologies has a team with the right skills and experience that can sustain your older designs. Our team will look for component obsolesce, sourcing issues, upgrading of the design, along with manufacturing and testing practices. Our goal is to extend the life of your products, improve costs, and produce higher yields.

However, it is also important that the changes and product refreshes made are compliant with the relevant regulatory and international standards. At Vee Technologies, we will work as your strategic partner to support you with life extension redesigning, product refresh cycle, and product End-of-Life (EOL) stages.

Our team will work closely with your engineers to ensure successful outcomes. Our team will work to:

  • Perform analysis of current design
  • Improve reliability
  • Reduce cost
  • Increase performance
  • Eliminate sourcing and obsolesce concerns


Companies have a vast collection of blueprints, drawings and designs which are either in the form of hard copies or legacy software formats. Legacy drawing conversion services convert legacy drawings and designs into different CAD formats which are easy to store, access and share.

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Your company’s design files are strategic assets that provide a competitive advantage, securing and managing that data is necessary to enhance productivity. CAD/PDM migration services help create a single, unified platform for all of your projects.

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Engineering changes are necessary to efficiently respond to market demands, service requirements, safety issues, functional and competitive challenges, as well as governmental requirements.

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Following the metrics set by international agreements allows businesses to bridge the measurement differences in designs that must be approved by cross-border committees.

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