Precor 'Typhoon' AMT
The Precor AMT version two (code named 'Typhoon') extended exerciser capability by building on lessons learned from the first Adaptive Motion Trainer, launched five years earlier. The entire architecture was redesigned for better performance, user satisfaction, and cost efficiency.
The final product represents the resolution of a very complex mechanism into an exerciser-centered experience. The design challenge lay in communicating the motion and crafting an approachable exerciser space. A significant innovation was realized with the introduction of the 'Rodeo Grip', the results of insight, testing, and product development for manufacturing.
I was responsible for all design activities including user ergonomics, final external frame design, plastics design architecture, all surface modeling in SolidWorks, design for manufacturing strategies, branding and CMF.