Rapid Prototyping

Rapid Prototyping

Rapid Prototyping

Life doesn’t happen in 2D, why should the design process?

Things always look a little different on paper. But when you can literally get a feel for a product, understanding how it looks, performs, how it’s made and from what materials, you significantly minimize your development costs and time while maximizing your product’s potential.

At ROBRADY, our multi-disciplinary culture impacts all that we do; and prototyping is no different. By integrating engineering and design expertise, the iterations of our prototyping processes are highly efficient and effective.


Ergonomic Studies
We use various materials such as clay, foam or Stereo Lithography (SLA) to study how form will facilitate function. Heights, distances, ethnographic and gender variations are all tested and incorporated into each design iteration. Whether you hold the product or the product holds you, ROBRADY has the capability and the expertise to discover real-life nuances and make on-the-go adjustments. Learn More >


Form Studies
The additive and subtractive nature of the clay modeling process means that we can handle even the most complex modeling. Our approach of examining all possible options to find the best solutions, means that the final product will not only function as designed, its object language will be loud and clear: strong products will have muscle, elegant products will have poise. Learn More >


Proof of Concept
While not sexy, these models are critical for examining a concept’s functionality. Valuable for risk mitigation and for ensuring certification and standardization, POC models are for validating how something will work continuously and dependably to meet the customer’s needs. Learn More >


Non-Functional and Functional Test Models
These models embody form and function and have a variety of major advantages. Aside from allowing field and focus group testing, these models provide a production-ready look and feel at a fraction of the cost and time of a production level solution. They are useful for making sure you’re ready to advance to the next stage of a product’s development and for making sure your first customer (investors/corp. management) and the press want to come along for the ride. Learn More >

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