Our team of design engineers are specialists in complex 3D design, mechanical engineering and manufacturing. We work closely with other businesses and enterprising individuals to help them physically realise their products/hardware.
Our product designers hold Masters-level engineering degrees, so you can be confident that we're not just drawing pretty shapes; you're going to get a high performance, efficient and economic product.
Areas in which we have particular experience include
- Consumer Electronics
- Industrial and Machine Design
- Design for healthcare/medical sector
- Wearable Products
…and we’re always looking for new design challenges!
We take on all shapes and sizes of projects, from initial product ideas and sourcing of funding to arrangement of mass manufacture and production of marketing media for product launches.
Our design process is less traditional than others. We utilise our in-house 3D printing, laser cutting and CNC machining capabilities heavily to produce multiple prototypes. This means that weeks turn into hours and days turn into minutes to minimise product development time and reduce any chances of uncertainties in the final physical objects.
3D Computer-Aided Design software is at the core of what we do. We like to use Solidworks as an engineering design package, affording us the best-in-industry standard of design tools. Our product designers undergo regular CAD training and are fully Certified Solidworks Associates.
Don't hesitate to get in touch for an informal chat about your project!
It's up to you where we start from. Whether you already have a developed product range, or just a doodle on the back of a receipt, we're happy to hash out all the concepts and ideas we can before getting into the knitty-gritty.
...through detailed design...
Making up the meat and bones of the design process, the detailed design stage involves engineering, CAD modelling (computer-aided design), prototyping and testing. Then we rinse and repeat until the design is found.
...To manufacturing prep
The end of the process will be preparing the design for manufacturing. Every product requires different manufacturing considerations. Some are just single plastic components, whereas others can be large and complex assemblies. We'll guide you along the route to manufacturing-readiness.