Industrial Design

What is eco-design?

Most people believe that when we talk about sustainability, it's all about using recycled materials. However, true eco-design goes much further. For a product to be genuinely eco-friendly, it should consider a wide range of factors beyond just the use of recyclable materials. Questions such as, "Can the product's components be easily disassembled after its lifespan? To what extent can these parts be recycled? Can users readily repair it? Are there elements like fasteners that might hinder the recycling process?" are critical. Therefore, genuine eco-design demands an extensive evaluation of numerous aspects, including manufacturing efficiency, the generation of direct and indirect waste, and others.

How do we work?

A successful solution starts with the right question. To ensure we fully understand your needs, we'll develop a requirements chart that outlines your technical and aesthetic requirements. This will include factors such as industry norms, applicable standards, the manufacturing technology available to you, dimensions, ergonomics, etc. Our goal is to establish a clear framework of objectives as well as technical and manufacturing limitations. Once we have a comprehensive understanding, we can initiate the project and begin the ideation process. We will create several concepts and present them to your team to refine our approach before we proceed to develop the 3D models. At the project's conclusion, you'll receive a 3D model that is ready for manufacturing, tailored to your production technology, and accompanied by a comprehensive set of technical documentation, including drafts, assembly, or instruction manuals. Moreover, we value our customers' input and employ an iterative process that incorporates your feedback at every stage, ensuring there are no unexpected issues at the last minute.

Electronics with recycled plastics

Our skills in this field

  • 3D & 2D modelling
  • Draft drawing
  • Plastic Inyection, 3D print and thermocompression
  • Ergonomy
  • 3R principles (recyclabilidy, repairability and reuse)