Design Engineering Products are skillfully engineered using state-of-the art CAD software. Three-dimensional scale CAD models of the physical part or product assembly are created which allow our customers to analyze the functionality of the product, provide a simple visualization and ultimately eliminate any product design errors early in design phase. Up front expert analysis of the design ensures a cost effective manufacturing, assembly and production method is achieved. These 3D product designs can therefore be approved by our customers before starting the prototype manufacturing process. All products are professionally designed to minimize manufacturing costs, while considering looks, functionality and durability.
Creating a prototype product or "pre-production" presentation of your idea offers the following major advantages: 1. It enables you to test and refine the functionality of your design. Sure, your idea works perfectly in theory but it's not until you start physically creating it that you'll encounter flaws in your thinking. Developing a prototype will allow you to test the functionality of your idea. You'll never know the design issues and challenges you are going to face until you begin actually taking your idea from theory to reality. 2. It makes it possible to test the performance of various materials. For example, your heart may be set on using metal--until you test it and realize that, say, plastic performs better at a lower cost for your particular application. The prototype stage will help you determine the best materials. 3. It'll help you describe your product more effectively with your team, including your attorney, packaging or marketing expert, engineers and potential business partners. 4. It will encourage others to take you more seriously. When you arrive with a prototype in hand to meet your own attorney or potential licensing company, you will separate yourself from the dozens of others who have approached them with only an idea in mind. Instead, you'll be viewed as a professional with a purpose, as opposed to just an inventor with a potentially good idea.