Custom made

Custom made

To meet your specific needs we tailor our design  and integration process, ensuring that client end products perform optimally in their intended use.

We start by understanding the specific requirements and identifying critical areas of the project.

Through an iterative design process, we develop and refine our concepts based on client feedback, allowing us to address usability issues early and create more refined and user-friendly solutions. This approach is complemented by our collaborative integration practices, where cross-functional teams work together seamlessly to bring designs to life.

Planing & Design

  • User-Centered Design
  • Iterative Design Process
  • Collaborative Integration

By leveraging agile methodologies and continuous integration and deployment practices, we ensure a smooth and efficient development process that can adapt to changes swiftly.


Our approach to design and integration

Empathy and understanding:
Our design process begins with a deep understanding of our users' needs and preferences.This helps us to empathize with their experiences and ensures that the solutions we create are tailored to their real-world challenges.
Understanding composite materials:
Understanding the context in which the composite material will be used is crucial. This involves analyzing the operational environment, load conditions, and performance requirements. Composites are made from two or more constituent materials with significantly different physical or chemical properties. Common composites include fiberglass, carbon fiber, and Kevlar, each with unique characteristics such as tensile strength, weight, flexibility, and resistance to environmental factors.
Concept development and prototyping:
During the initial ideation phase, we explore various concepts that leverage the advantages of composite materials. Sketching allows us to quickly iterate on ideas and identify promising directions for further development.
Prototyping with Composites:
Creating prototypes with composites involves specialized techniques such as layup, molding, and curing processes. We start with low-fidelity prototypes to test basic forms and functions, gradually moving to high-fidelity prototypes that more closely resemble the final product.
We assess the manufacturability of the composite design early in the process. This includes evaluating the feasibility of fabrication techniques, material availability, and cost considerations.
Final design and production
After thorough testing and validation, we finalize the design, ensuring that all user needs and technical requirements are met. Detailed CAD models and engineering drawings are created to guide the production process.
Production planning:
We work carefully on the production plan process, ensuring that the composite materials are handled correctly and that the final product meets the highest quality standards. This includes setting up production lines, quality control measures, and logistics planning.