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ASSEMBLIES

The assembly phase is all about research, testing and prototyping. 

- Field studies

- Research and Design (R&D)

- 3D printing

- Fit, form and function 

- Samples for production replication

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01 Prototype

3D printing in-house allows us to closely monitor how a design is progressing. This allows us to check for a number of factors and get immediate feedback to our design and engineering team as well as our clients. 

 

3D printing also allows us to test products without expensive tooling. 

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02 Control Study

Next, we take the prototype and control the testing by bringing in users in a controlled setting to study their user experience. Note feedback and changes for further improvement. 

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03 User Testing

Lastly, we study initial consumer uses and conduct reviews with end users to further develop product improvement prior to pilot production. 

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04 Review Analysis

Next, we take the prototype and control the testing by bringing in users in a controlled setting to study their user experience.