This design was then presented to the client who approved it. The next step was to create CAD models and 3D print prototypes for the client. After the prototype was approved, we began creating the computer-aided designed models into specific designs that allowed for the injection molding tooling requirements. After this step was completed, we ordered the tooling to be built and waited. When the tooling was proven and the sample shots were sent to us, we assembled a number of units. Once they were approved by the client, we ordered the production tooling.
After reworking the original design, we were able to provide the client with a sleek, modern-looking design that was also functional. We produced around 250 for the client’s initial sale in test markets. We look forward to the potential opportunity of creating more of these products as the client’s customer base continues to grow.