Design & Engineering – RIDEAIR Case Study
A stage of focusing and descending details until the product is perfect in all its aspects.
The concepts are translated into form, material and color relating to the use, appearance, materials and production processes. This is the stage at which CMF decisions are taken (color, material, finishing), examining alternatives and choosing the materials, colors, and finishing that best fit the product. These are the little details that can make a difference.
At the planning stage, the product is integrated into the intestines of the product and all its parts are designed to “screw up” with reference to raw material, strength, production technology, assembly, packaging, etc.
Simulations and models
Throughout the work process we will present simulations and models that will show the product in the various stages of development.
At the end of the design stage, a “mockup” is produced – a formal model that illustrates dimensions, shape and proportions.
The final model is called a “prototype” – a 1: 1 model that maximizes the design and function of the product.
The prototypes are produced at the end of the design and design stage so that they can see, feel and try the product before it is created.
Well-invested and quality models allow marketing to start working even before entering production – for presentation to customers and investors, recruitment campaigns, photographs catalogs and exhibition exhibitions.
At the end of this stage, we know exactly what the final product will look like and produce a prototype.
Final high quality ‘design prototype’