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YOUR NAPKIN DRAWING TO A WORKING PROTOTYPE
We are the top 3D CAD Design service provider in the Metroplex area.
Founded in 2006, our Solidworks™ Certified professionals bring more than 50 years of experience in product design to your disposal. Our clients have come to trust us to provide the best design services. We take your pencilled napkin drawing and transform it into a 3D working prototype - FAST!
Whether you need line drawings for manufacturing or are interested in concurrent design and development services, we are here to help you and your product succeed. Our leading-edge SolidWorks™ 3D CAD software, combined with the part library files we have design and built in house (over 9,000 components in our toolbox!), allow us to bring our customers’ concepts to life.
A TYPICAL DESIGN SERVICE PACKAGE INCLUDES:
● 2D Detailed Line Drawings – for instruction manuals, sales literature and/or manufacturing.
● Conceptual Drawings – freehand sketches showing design alternatives.
● Detailed Inter-Parts and Assembly Drawings – suitable for quoting, costing, product assembly specifications, and prototyping as well as production of manufactured components.
● Reverse Engineering Design Services – we can 3D Scan your existing product, or turn your current 2D parts and assemblies into fully 3D models.
Let us help your company succeed. We are a boutique organization which means you receive attentive and outstanding service, fair prices, and excellent quality.
WHY IS A PROTOTYPE USEFUL IF I AM LOOKING TO MANUFACTURE?
Prototypes are almost essential when looking to manufacture. In some instances the CAD designs from the Design Process are enough to send directly to a manufacturer, but this is predominantly only if the product is very simple and composed of existing parts. More often than not, a prototype will be necessary prior to approaching a manufacturer in order to further refine the design.
WHY IS A PROTOTYPE USEFUL IF I AM LICENSING?
Prototypes are not essential but can add value to a project. This is particularly the case if you need to prove that the concept works. In this instance, a basic Proof-of-Concept Prototype would be adequate to demonstrate the basic fundamentals of the idea. Some people may choose a more refined prototype to strengthen their presentation but the associated cost of these needs to be weighed up against other factors. Sometimes, a prototype may help you to negotiate a higher percentage of royalties. A simple mock-up can yield faster returns.
IS DIGITAL PROTOTYPING THE FUTURE ON THE INDUSTRY?
In today’s global marketplace, manufacturers of all sizes are under constant pressure to get products to market faster and improve profit margins to stay ahead of the competition. However, most product development processes are characterized by a lack of digital communication between key groups such as conceptual design, engineering, manufacturing, and the end customer. This disconnect between groups can lead to inefficiencies, such as rework and the need to build multiple costly physical prototypes.
Digital Prototyping is the answer.
A study conducted by the Aberdeen Group confirms that Digital Prototyping is key to being a best-in-class manufacturer. Aberdeen surveyed different types of manufacturers and classified them along with key performance indicators. The research showed that a common feature or best practice among the top-performing manufacturers was the practice of designing, visualizing, and simulating complete products digitally: Digital Prototyping. As a result, these manufacturers enjoy competitive advantages in key areas: they build 50 percent fewer physical prototypes, get to market an average of 58 days faster, and have 48 percent lower prototyping costs.
Digital Prototyping gives you the ability to explore a complete product before it is built so they can design, visualize, and simulate products from the conceptual design phase through the manufacturing process. By using a digital prototype, manufacturers can boost design performance and innovation by visualizing and simulating the real-world completion of a design and save time and money by reducing the number of physical prototypes they build.
The Digital Prototyping brings together design data from all phases of the product development process and facilitates manufacturing work-groups to create a unique digital model that can be used in every stage of production bridging the gaps that usually exist between conceptual design, engineering, and manufacturing organizations. The solution for Digital Prototyping is different in that it is scalable, attainable, and cost-effective. This solution enables a wider group of manufacturers to realize the benefits of Digital Prototyping, with minimal disruption to existing work-flows providing the most straightforward path to creating and maintaining a single digital model.