We are a design and analysis engineering firm specializing in composite structures. Our services include assistance with the design process, expert finite element analysis (FEA), guidance for cost-effective manufacturing approaches and processes, and fabrication of prototypes and low production runs. We utilize Solidworks and CATIA software for our design work and perform finite element analysis using ANSYS and Abaqus. Composite engineering combines the use of carbon, glass, and Kevlar fibers with a wide variety of thermoset and thermoplastic matrix materials to produce often stronger and lighter structural and/or functional properties not present in any individual component. Osprey’s composite experience goes beyond polymer matrix composites (PMCs) to include metal and ceramic matrix composites (MMC and CMC). With our recent move to Northern Michigan, to meet local needs we expanded our capabilities to include large custom 3D woodcarving and composite boat repair.

At Osprey Technologies we are committed to doing our part to assist with COVID-19 containment. Our facility in Sault Ste. Marie has the capability to produce clear plastic face shields, ventilator parts, or other medical equipment to be cut or manufactured to your specifications. If you are aware of such a need please call (906)203-9794 or email info@osprey-tech.com.





We perform composite design and analysis for a range of companies, from those that make aircraft such as rockets and airplanes, to companies that develop energy sources such as wind turbines.

Government Entities


Our clients support entities such as NASA and the Air Force in endeavors that include analyzing the primary structure joints for the Antares launch vehicle, and performing thermal-structural analysis of projects such as a cruise missile composite radome or a rocket engine’s combustion chamber.



We assist entrepreneurs with design formulations based on needed strength and weight, fabrication method and tooling process guidance, fabrication of prototypes and small development runs.