WHAT IS A PRODUCT DESIGN?

Concept Design Process

A product design package includes creating a 3D model and a set of working drawings of your bright idea. Your product design is the bread and butter required to facilitate prototyping and manufacturing. 

A qualified Industrial Designer will translate your concept into user-friendly documents that clearly communicate the specific details of your bright idea. 

Whether you are starting from scratch, or looking to re-design, The Inventor's Hub can help you to create your 3D models and Working Drawings. 

Services for Product Design include 3D modelling, CAD Design, Reverse Engineering, Product visualisation, 3D rendering and Engineering Drawings.

 

GET YOUR PRODUCT DESIGNS

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Ready to get your Product Design underway? Let's catch up, make sure you have all bases covered and get working on your design.

Book an exploration session with your very own project manager (ie. your new design BFF), and receive one hour dedicated to brainstorming your idea with an industry expert! Identify if you are ready to get started with your Product Design, and start communicating your ideas. 

We'll provide the butcher's paper, Texters, modelling clay & caffeine (or decaff if that's your thing) to get product design rolling! 

Expo Sessions are available In Person or Via Skype - so no matter where you are in the world, we have you covered.

 
 

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PRICING FOR PRODUCT DESIGNS

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Each project is completely unique, meaning each product design will be quoted for on an individual basis. 

To get the ball rolling on your product design, book your Exploration Session to explore your idea and to receive your personalised quote.

If you decide to pursue your Product Design with the Inventor's Hub, you will receive a credit of $75.00 on your project, meaning your exploration session is FREE (plus, don't forget all the other FREEBIES you will receive with your Expo Session)

 

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