Starting from rough concept sketches provided by the lead designer, Cameron built the 3D model of the Scoot 2 Scooter from the ground up, solving the geometric & mechanical challenges to give the product it's uniquely simple conversion while maintaining the clean, beautiful form the designer had intended.
Tesla Model S for Kids
Cameron Eckert led the development of the Tesla Model S for Kids as the Engineering Lead and Project Manager for Radio Flyer, inc. Starting from A-surface models delivered by designers, Cameron spear headed the creation of a detailed assembly, developing a robust chassis design that met the ultra-high requirements of quality, cost, and aesthetics.
3-in-1 EZ Fold Wagon
For the new 3-in-1 EZ Fold Wagon, Cameron invented and developed an ultra-light folding frame that passed the demanding toy standard requirements for safely transporting kids.
Ultimate EZ Fold Wagon
Cameron collaborated with other Radio Flyer engineers to develop the first folding wagon designed for kids. With seats, cup holders, and a canopy, the wagon provides all of the comforts with the additional benefit of folding down for transport.
Among Cameron's contributions to the project were refining the folding mechanism to include seating, modeling all plastic components, as well as designing and sewing the final version of the fabric body.
As engineering lead and project manager of the EZ Glider scooter, Cameron modeled and engineered an elegant, low cost, blow molded scooter deck with an ultra smooth "lean to steer" mechanism for better performance.
My 1st 2-in-1 Wagon
Starting from a concept sketch, Cameron provided all of the surface modeling and engineering detail for Radio Flyer's walker & wagon combo product.
Cameron worked on Radio Flyer's line of 2-wheeled scooters in a variety of ways, designing folding mechanisms, frames, and other components; leading the engineering development; and sometimes managing the projects through production.
The Cyclone was developed on a very aggressive timeline to meet a customer's request. Cameron created the concept, designed the cost efficient frame, fabricated the first prototypes, tested the product with kids, created the surface models of the plastic components from designer sketches, added engineering detail to all components for manufacturing and assembly, and managed the project through production to deliver the product on time and at cost, all in less than 6 months.
Steel & Wood Classics
Managed design & quality improvements to some of Radio Flyer's popular classics