Product Design Assistance

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2D & 3D product renderings in the manufacturing world are often referred to as Industrial designs. So what are industrial designs? Industrial designs (ID) is used to describe the look, feel, and experience you have when using a product.
More specifically, Industrial Design describes the process of designing a product so that it can be manufactured, widely understood, and perform on a large scale. With careful ID consideration, you can maximize the adoption of your product by making it more attractive to customers both before (look and feel) and after (user experience) purchase. Our industrial designers work with you to determine the look and feel you envision for your product, and they make sure those elements are included throughout the entire development process. Contact us to get started on a free estimate and discover your product's potential!

At beyondGREEN, the ID process consists of two steps:

  1. First step to ID would be the concept brainstorm and Sketching. There are many different ways to make any single product, and having a variety of concepts to choose from ensures that your design suits you and your future customers. During a brainstorm at beyondGREEN biotech, our design and engineering team will generate and document new and innovative concepts for your product. Using their wide range of backgrounds and disciplines, our team can solve virtually any design and performance challenge. To unlock the possibilities for your product with a brainstorming session or professional sketches. This would typically be the 2D part of the product rendering.
  2. The second step includes the 3D CAD/SolidWorks & Modeling. In this process, the beyondGREEN team using computer modeling software, we will turn your idea into an interactive 3-dimensional digital part. This 3D model evolves as it continues developing, and it allows us to generate the data we need for prototyping and manufacturing your product. Our industrial designers and engineers work together on your CAD model to make your visual and functional elements work together seamlessly.
Once the 3D designs are approved by you, we can move on to the tooling part. Remember that this is all only for Injection Molded Articles and its only if you need a new product designed or a new mold made. If you already have a mold, we will skip all of this and go straight into mold and product testing. Once the product the mold and product testing is successful, we are ready for mass production!