Product Design and Development

New product design and development can take many forms, and no project is the same as another one. So we use a customer driven process proven to be very effective, and we can adjust the basic procedure to meet your needs.


1. Product Design Information

2. Develop Solid Model

3. Product Review

4. Prototyping and Testing

5. Mechanical Drawings

6. Production Tooling

7. Production Pilot Run

Our Promise to You

The design of your product will meet your requirements, while minimizing manufacturing costs.  Our goal is to save you time and money while taking your project through every phase of the process.

Product Design and Development


Product Design Information

The cornerstone of Product Design and Development is the information you provide about your product. So the information you provide defines the performance you want.  That is, you describe the performance requirements, and we’ll try to bring it to reality.
So in this phase you simply describe what you want and how you want it to perform.

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Develop Solid Model

Development of the solid model is the process of creating a 3D computer based image. Engineering, manufacturing, and industrial design considerations are also applied.

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Product Review

You can use Adobe Acrobat Reader to examine the solid model as a 3D PDF. So you can approve the model to move the project to the prototyping and testing phase.  Click Learn More to read about the Product Review Process.

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Prototyping and Testing

Design and performance requirements drive prototype methods and test procedures. So as your product is designed we develop the requirements for the prototype and the testing procedures required to assure the highest quality.

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Mechanical Drawing Construction

At this stage in the product design and development process the design is complete, and the next step is to communicate to vendors using mechanical drawings. So the mechanical drawings are the binding definition of your design, and vendors have to abide by this definition when they produce your product. Most notably, they need to produce parts and assemblies that meet the specification in the mechanical drawings.
Once the drawings complete they’re used for production tooling quotes, and manufacturing specifications.

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Production Tooling

Mechanical Drawings are used to request quotes from vendors, which is just one reason drawing are so important.
We also request quotes from multiple vendors to promote competition, and as a result costs are minimized.

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Production Pilot Run

The first parts and assemblies are inspected and approved for compliance to drawing specifications. Tooling is approved based on a First Article Inspection.

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Our goal is to save you time and money throughout your experience.

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