Sekstant

ChargeGuardz Rendering

Sekstant Modem Maersk Monitor your shipping container from its starting point to its final destination as it travels across the world Ideation, CAD Modeling, Design for Manufacturing, Electro-Mechanical Integration, Industrial Design, Ingress Protection, Prototyping and Manufacturing Transfer DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS Incorporate global positioning and LTE to ensure the container can be tracked anywhere in the world…

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Swivel Bottle

ChargeGuardz Rendering

Swivel Bottle Hydration and refueling all in one bottle. Access two bottles with just the flick of a wrist. CAD Modeling, Design for Manufacturing, Industrial Design, Branding and Logo, Packaging, Prototyping and Manufacturing Transfer DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS Swivel with just the flick of a wrist Ergonomic and lightweight Soft, adjustable hand strap Squeezable, semi-transparent bottles Swivel…

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How to get Budgetary Manufacturing Quotes

Estimating your product costs early on can be a daunting task, even if you have prior experience to fall back on. There are so many variables that can affect unit and tooling prices and your design isn’t even done yet! It’s a classic chicken and egg scenario. You need investors to finish the design, but…

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Creating Photo-Realistic Renderings

You’ve built your Proof of Concept Prototype and there’s an investor pitch coming up. But the prototype doesn’t look nearly as nice as the final product will. So how do you make marketing quality images and animations before your first product is off the production line? Use photo-realistic renderings. This method can save you massive…

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Prototyping for Proof of Concept: Will it Work?

One of your biggest early milestones in product development is proving not only that customers want your product, but that your product can work. Proving that you’re able to overcome the technical challenges that your product faces. Achieving this helps prove that your product is investable and not some entrepreneurial pipe dream. But what does…

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Intro to CAD Modeling

Once you’ve decided on a product concept, the next step is to start to visualize it so that you can refine it and get feedback on it. CAD, which stands for Computer Aided Design, is a type of virtual modeling that can be used to create custom designs. Once a CAD model has been built,…

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Concept Ideation

Since you’re on the path of product development, you’ve probably already come up with an idea for your product. It might have come to you in the middle of the night or while you worked endlessly on it in your garage. I would encourage you to put aside your first solution for now. It is…

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Conducting Product Research

Unless you’ve found a problem that no one has ever tried to solve, it’s likely that you have some competitors. Your customers have found them too, and have started associating price, features, and more with them. You can study these products to look for commonalities and learning opportunities. This can help you understand the state…

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Researching Your Product Users

A product that is designed for everyone is designed for no one. It’s critical that you determine your primary market and secondary markets and set out to build the best product for those people. You need to understand their pain, their needs, and their desires in order to build the most effective and marketable product…

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Webinar – So you want to launch a product?

About this Event Have you always had that great idea in the back of your head but didn’t know exactly how to make it a reality? Have you already started your company and you’re not sure about next steps? Attend our live webinar, “So You Want to Launch a Product?”. This webinar will give you…

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