Custom-Designed Enclosures

Explore Custom-Designed Enclosures for Your Unique Engineering Solutions!

Trek offers design services and solutions to help our customers drive down engineering and prototyping costs in the development and fabrication/integration of complex electro-mechanical systems. These systems are used across multiple markets in both test and production environments.

Trek uses Creo (Pro/Engineering) as its standard 3-D drawing resource, complemented by AutoCad capabilities.


  • Aerospace and defense: Test enclosures for avionics, flight control systems, ground support equipment, radar systems, and military communication equipment. Power Distribution (PDU) enclosures.
  • Naval NAVSEA: Ship to shore telephone and hermaphroditic fiber optic distribution boxes, (ref: VIVID NAVSEA 7325761, 7325762, 7486958) Salinity Sensor Composite Enclosure I/O, Machine Control.
  • Energy and utilities: Enclosures for electrical distribution and transmission equipment, renewable energy systems, and water treatment plants.
  • Robotics: Enclosures for robotic control systems and automation equipment.
  • Research and development: Enclosures for test and measurement equipment, scientific instruments, and prototype systems.
  • Telecommunications: Enclosures for cellular base stations, fiber optic distribution equipment, and satellite communication systems.
  • Transportation: Enclosures for traffic control systems, railway signaling equipment, and navigation systems for airplanes and ships.
  • Industrial manufacturing: Enclosures for control systems in factories and warehouses, packaging equipment, and conveyor systems.
  • Entertainment: Enclosures for lighting and sound equipment in theaters, concert venues, and theme parks.
  • And many more…


  • Metal: Steel, aluminum, and stainless steel are commonly used for their strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion. They can be easily machined and formed to meet specific design requirements.
  • Plastic: Polycarbonate, ABS, and fiberglass-reinforced polyester are commonly used for their lightweight, impact resistance, and electrical insulation properties. They can be molded into complex shapes and are often used for outdoor or harsh environment applications.
  • Composite materials: Carbon fiber, Kevlar, and other composite materials are sometimes used when weight reduction is critical, or when high strength and stiffness are required.

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