Sustainable Material Development

Industrial Design + Engineering

Rapid Prototyping

Sustainable Material Development

Industrial Design + Engineering

Rapid Prototyping

CONCEPT TO CREATION

One stop shop for product innovation and development

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Proof-of-Concept

Creating from hand-shaped foams, speed-molds and 3D printed components a proof of concept is usually the earliest form of prototype and serves to help us test the basic requirements of the product.

Proofs-of-concepts can be rough but they’re usually the most informative of all prototypes as it validates the technical feasibility.

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Appearance Prototypes

Appearance prototypes look great and can be used for photography or to get buyers, customers, or focus group feedback. These prototypes are ideal for early consumer testing and marketing development.

Start-ups often use these prototypes to secure funding. Our appearance prototyping process uses technologies like CNC machining, 3D printing, and thermoforms.

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Functional Prototypes

Functional prototypes take you to the next step. Not only do they look good, they function for their intended purpose. These are great for sales teams to use, marketing videos, crowdfunding campaigns, and more. They provide design validation and are able to assist in identifying any final adjustments that need to be made before moving forward with final tooling for production.

Bridging the Gap Between Development and Manufacturing

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  • Design
  • Engineering
  • Product Development
  • Rapid-Prototyping
  • Conceptual Prototypes
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  • Functional Prototypes
  • Looks Like Feels Like Prototypes
  • Tech Transfer to Product Facility
  • Tech Transfer Implication

Rapid Prototypes

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  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Speed-mold manufacturing
  • Industrial Design + Engineering
  • 3D Printed Injection Molds
  • Vacuum Forming

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