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From the idea to the working prototype and the launch of mass production

  • Design development must be carried out before launching into production. It's the creation of the project framework for the device, including working design documentation.
  • Industrial design – the development of the appearance of your equipment, the designing of the device and sending of the drawings and specifications into production. In addition, the industrial design service sometimes involves the development of new functions for the device.
  • 3D model – is the process of creating a virtual 3D drawing of a device that is being developed. As a result, this work makes it possible to understand how the product will look like before manufacturing the prototypes and launching mass production.
  • 3D-visualization – makes it possible to understand how the device will look in advertising and everyday life, before the prototype is created. The purpose of such visualization is to create an image of the device, one that is as close as possible to the idea, and to place it in a realistic environment.
  • The development of the electronics is a priority when creating any new device. This stage of the work determines the design of the electronic part (or electronic-mechanical) of the device as well as its final functionality.
  • The creation of a prototype is a must before launching into mass production. The prototype provides you with the opportunity “to hold your idea in your hands”, i.e. a product that most accurately resembles the final production models.
Project Name: GoFlex™ multifunctional decompression simulator
Customer: Internal project, ongoing
Task: Complete design and construction development from the existing prototype to mass production
Project specifics: No restrictions in production methods and materials
Project Name: Snorkeling Mask
Customer: SeaVoice, USA
Task: The classic snorkeling mask has been significantly modernized. Compared to similar products, the mask had around 20 improvements.
Project specifics: The development was limited to the simplest methods (cutting, bending, welding, milling) for the production of metal products. Such nodes include a built-in periscope system, the ability to connect a small oxygen cylinder, ergonomics of the front of the mask, etc.
Project Name: Bamboo Food Steamer
Customer: Internal project
Task: New concept design development for a food steamer
Project specifics: No restrictions in production methods and materials
Project Name: Radiation Source Identification System
Customer: URE, Ukraine
Task: Detector design and construction development, casing prototyping, serial production launch
Project specifics: The development was limited to the simplest methods (cutting, bending, welding, milling) for the production of metal products.
Project Name: Defibrillator
Customer: Manufacturer of medical equipment, Ukraine
Task: New concept design development
Project specifics: No restrictions in production methods and materials
Project Name: HEATLIE Smart Cup
Customer: Internal project
Task: New concept design development
Project specifics: No restrictions in production methods and materials
Project Name: Virtual Reality Mask
Customer: FeelReal, USA
Task: Mask design and construcion development, prototyping
Project specifics: TNo restrictions in production methods and materials
Project Name: Antibacterial UV emitter (stationary, wall mounted)
Customer: UV-Blaze, Ukraine
Task: Emmiter design and construction development, casing prototyping
Project specifics: The development was limited to the simplest methods (cutting, bending, welding, milling) for the production of metal products.
Project Name: Medical ventilator
Customer: Manufacturer of medical equipment, Ukraine
Task: Concept design development
Project specifics: It was assumed that the housing unit must be made of aluminum profile. The profile form for device body has been individually designed.
Project Name: Smart street ashtray
Customer: Philip Morris, USA
Task: Design, electronics and software development
Project specifics: The development was limited to the simplest methods (cutting, bending, welding, milling) for the production of metal products.

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