The design process can be a convoluted and arduous journey. Wherever we can streamline the process and make it more efficient for both us and the client, we will. Our in-house 3D scanning capabilities have allowed us to streamline our concept to CAD approach, reduce the amount of prototyping needed, and improve accuracy on final deliverables.
We have the ability to scan a wide range of applications, thanks to our own EinScan HX. We can scan dark or reflective surfaces with high resolution and accuracy up to 0.04mm, offering a final 3D model to our clients who need to reverse engineer a specific part.
Whether designing a product that interfaces with a complex surface or part, or reverse engineering something that is difficult to measure accurately, 3D scanning can help remove a lot of the guess work.
3D scanning provides you with an accurate 3D mesh of your required part/area that you can drop into existing CAD software to use to design your part or product around.
Without a scan, and when dealing with a complex surface or product, you may have to resort to manually measuring, which can be time consuming, and often inaccurate.
Industrial Design is the process of designing a product or system with a key market or user in mind. We will work with you to understand your stakeholders and develop a marketable and usable product to suit.
CAD and 3D Modelling is here to take your design to the next stage of development and is a crucial step in understanding how your product behaves three-dimensionally. CAD modelling is key to developing accurate prototypes and, further down the line, a manufacturable product.
At CodeFish we are passionate about combining design and technology as we believe that they are one and the same. With the way of the future there is no design without technology and no technology without design and we pride ourselves on being able to offer both as a service.
Prototyping is one of the most, if not the most important stage in the development of a product, be it something physical, a software or system, or a plan of action. Prototyping your product shows you its limitations and where you can improve on it, ensuring your final product or system has minimal room for error and is suitable to user needs.