During the discovery phase, we sit down with our customer and discuss their product in detail. This includes discussing product design intent and target market along with any other details that may be relevant to the design and development of their concept.
We use all of the information provided by our customers to ensure that we use all available resources to understand design feasibility and manufacturability. We gather all empirical data about similar designs in order to help us learn from existing designs and optimize the product’s design and reliability.
After gathering all available information, we have brainstorming sessions with our customers to discuss what we have learned and discuss what can be implemented into the product design.
We first develop a Digital Prototype, which is reviewed by our customer and then optimized. We then create a physical model of our digital design for testing and design validation. Physical Prototypes are then created using the method which is best aligned with the design. Physical prototypes can be generated using the latest rapid prototyping technologies (additive manufacturing), as well as traditional CNC.