Caztek’s work featured in Gizmodo and gets local press

29 August 2011, Saint Paul, MN – The “Tailgater”, a product developed by a local company, receives notable press coverage. The product enables satellite TV to be received away from home as a portable, all-weather antenna and is featured in both the local Star Tribune and the online Gizmodo.

Caztek Engineering was instrumental in several aspects of the mechanical design of the product. Engineers developed the case design for injection molding and an innovative bearing design that reduces production cost.

Caztek Engineering is in the business of providing innovative design and engineering solutions to a variety of industries including the aerospace, medical device and industrial sectors.

Read both articles here:

Gizmodo, Tailgating Might Actually Make Sense with DISH?s Tailgater Antenna
Minneapolis Star Tribune, Tailgating lots become havens for technology