Design refers to a concept or proposal intentionally created by a thinking agent. It encompasses both tangible and intangible aspects, including objects, processes, and systems. Design is the bridge between imagination and realization, shaping the world around us. Design is a concept or proposal for an object, process, or system.

If you have an idea it would be your, or our responsibility to translate this idea into a usable readable format. Such as a sketch, detailed mechanical drawing or a 3D computer model. On our end we would use AutoDesk Fusion360 software to create the 3D model. We choose this program for design because we also use it to program tool paths for the CNC machines, 3D printers, etc. With the CAM being bound the the CAD when the design changes the code that drives the manufacturing machines follow along.

Industrial Design

Focuses on improving manufacturing processes and providing end-user products.
Industrial design refers to the creation of visually appealing and functional products optimized for use by a large number of consumers. Industrial design involves developing products that are both visually appealing, functional and innovative. With the goal of optimizing their use by a broad consumer base. The industrial designer blends usability, ergonomics, and aesthetics.

Industrial designers work on developing products with an emphasis on achieving mass production. They take principles from standard product design and apply them to create efficient manufacturing processes. This involves evaluating existing products, investigating ways to enhance their appearance and functionality, and ensuring they can be produced on a larger scale. They need a blend of artistic flair, technical knowledge, and an understanding of materials and production methods.

Product Design

Concentrates on creating solutions for specific needs and enhancing a product’s appeal.
Product design, which is typically part of the industrial design process, dives into the nitty-gritty of creating products. It’s a comprehensive journey that starts with initial ideas and concept development, followed by research, renderings, and culminating in final prototypes.

Product designers consider the reasons behind creating a product and the specific target audience. They’re all about the details and features that make a product stand out. And guess what? Product design isn’t limited to physical objects anymore—it now extends to software design too! Creativity, empathy, and a deep understanding of user needs are essential.