Neal Rosenblum


Neal Rosenblum is an accomplished mechanical design engineer with over 28 years of experience in design and engineering for a wide range of products. Upon graduation from the University of Illinois in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in General Engineering, Neal fulfilled his dream of working for General Motors, the pinnacle of electro-mechanical design and engineering. It was there that he acquired a variety of skills in 3D modeling on UniGraphics and the art of developing an idea from concept through production. Working for General Motors was truly an extension of his hobbies of woodworking and automotive repair, as he merged his creativity and mechanical aptitude.

In 1996, 6 years and 3 patents later, Neal left General Motors for sunny South Florida. His career went from the ground to the sky, as he became involved with the very meticulous business of the reverse-engineering of aircraft engine components for HEICO Corporation. Here he learned the art of advanced 3D measurement with high tech 3D modeling on Pro|ENGINEER, surfacing techniques, and what it takes to generate drawings that truly reflect the design-intent of a product. From internal aircraft engine components to aircraft interiors, in 2000 Neal left HEICO and went to work for B/E Aerospace. At B/E, his career reverted back to “clean sheet design.” He was heavily involved with the electro-mechanical design and engineering, cosmetic appearance, dynamic testing, manufacturing, and installation of custom aircraft seating in privately owned aircraft.

In an effort to expand life's challenges and to open up new opportunities, Neal started Geometrix Engineering in 2001. Throughout the last 17 years, Neal has worked with hundreds of clients across a variety of disciplines involving a tremendous amount of mechanical design, engineering, and prototyping. Areas of expertise include consumer products, consumer electronics, medical devices, firearm products, and aircraft engine components (FAA-PMA).