The Mechanical & ID Engineering Team is responsible for machines’ coatomistic and interface layouts, heat fanning structure, and easy-to-production architecture. Their work and its material affect 20% and more of machine cost and 80% of production efficiency. Keiga puts EE and ME teams side by side for them to design and engineer under one-roof to create beautiful, efficient, and cost-saving machines.
Mr. Johnson Wang
Sr. ME Engineer
Mr. Wang designs mechanical structures for several key Keiga products. He graduated from National United University specialized in Mechanical Engineering.
His constantly received design honors and awards, here is some of his list:
- 2013 Tear-innovation, honored “G-mark” award for his Hybird hardshell case EDGE
- 2012 Tear-innovation, honored “G-mark” award for his Powerbank SOLO
- 2008 Think-product award for his Waterproof HID Metallight
- 1997 Proton honored his multimedia monitor with built-in subwoofer design
Johnson is a respectful gentleman. He is always polite and thoughtful which reflecting his interests in listening to classical music, jogging, and gardening. However, on his wild side, he also like to watching Formula One racing.
Mr. Ren Liang
Production Mechanical Engineer
Mr. Liang is assigned to Production Engineering Team but also a key member for our Mechanical & ID Engineering Team. He is responsible for Mechanical and ID engineering for Keiga’s Amplifiers.
Mr. Liang called himself Robber but he has never committed a crim or rob anyone. Once you met him, you will never forget his quick thinking mind and creative ideas. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Mechatronics and has been stationed at Keiga China factory since 1999.
His skills in mechanical design and material sourcing are one in a million in the industry. He helps to transform engineering samples to mass producible processes. He also is a member of our Mechanical Engineering Team to design the housing and connection structure for Keiga’s amplifiers.
Ren likes classical music, fishing and traveling