DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
- Product Design
- Solidworks CAD
- 3D Prototyping
- 3D Printing
- 3D Rendering
PRODUCT DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
The team at 3D Unleashed prides itself on working with you from the outset — to make sure your product is correct on completion. We provide innovative solutions to the toughest challenges and pay attention to detail with specific focus on taking products from ideas to commercial production.
Our focus is to be a one-stop solution from conceptual and detailed design, 3D modelling and drafting (Solidworks CAD); rapid 3D prototyping & 3D Printing, testing and validation of form and function; tooling and finally production ready projects.
3D COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & 3D RENDERING
Your custom plastic product begins with a team which consists of, an Industrial Engineer, and a CAD Industrial Designer experienced in all aspects of plastic processing, production management, and industrial design who work closely with you to understand your needs and create the optimum part design, minimize costs and maximize dimensional control. The final design is presented, using Solidworks MBD, in a realistic 3D rendering of the CAD for presentation and can also be viewed in eDrawings Viewer or in 3D PDF which can be viewed through Adobe Reader. The added features of Solidworks MBD helps speed up communication, cuts quoting time, and reduce errors thanks to its 3D data interrogation, interactivity, and rich Meta properties.
(3D Printing & Prototyping )
3D Unleashed makes use of Rapid Prototyping to create perfect working 3D models directly from the CAD (.stl) file. The 3D model is made from tough Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene polymer (ABS) that can be sanded, milled, and even painted. Rapid Prototyping works by extruding layers of polymer onto a build tray, layer by layer, ‘growing the plastic’ part, until it is completed. The prototype can often be used as the finished product since the ABS is extremely tough. This allows for the testing of the new product’s design, form and function before investing in the tooling required for mass production.