Design for Manufacture

Design for manufacturability is the process of proactively designing products to optimize fabrication, assembly, shipping, service, and repair. It also assure the best cost, quality, reliability, safety, time-to-market, and customer satisfaction.

 

The Strap Chair (c.2013)

The Strap Chair (c.2013)

The Strp Chair Disassembled. (c.2013)

The Strp Chair Disassembled. (c.2013)

The Strap Chair

The Strap Chair is held together by seven tie-down straps. The flatpack construction is easily assembled by the customer by threading the straps through the timber slats.

The chair is fabricated using a CNC Water-jet cutter. The process doesnt require finishing post cut before it is dispatched to the customer.

The Strap Chair (c.2013)

The Strap Chair (c.2013)

The Strp Chair disassembled. (c.2013)

The Strp Chair disassembled. (c.2013)

The Strp Chair in Fabrication. (c.2013)

The Strp Chair in Fabrication. (c.2013)


Vertex Dart Case

The Vertex Dart Case is designed for the Asian market. Players can store their darts and accessories within the pouch. In the dart world, dart cases are seen as a fashon statement to display your gear. The Vertex Dart Case is produced and sold world wide by Shot! Darts.

Vertex Dart Case Prototyping. (c.2016)

Vertex Dart Case Prototyping. (c.2016)

Vertex Dart Case Prototyping. (c.2016)  

Vertex Dart Case Prototyping. (c.2016)

 

Vertex Dart Case Concept Sketches. (c.2016)

Vertex Dart Case Concept Sketches. (c.2016)

Vertex Dart Case. (c.2016)

Vertex Dart Case. (c.2016)

Vertex Dart Case. (c.2016)

Vertex Dart Case. (c.2016)