Hello karthik, I have the experience of 3d modeling in solidworks and currently doing freelancing ,so i can help you in designing in software.Please view my portfolio and you can contact me on my mail id email@example.com.Thank You
Hi, I'm an Industrial Designer working with a product development company located on the sunny Gold Coast, Austriala. I'm very experienced with turning people’s ideas into real products that are manufactured in China and sold world-wide.
Over the course of my career I have used a variety of CAD programs like,
Alibre Design, Solid Works, Solid Edge and Autodesk Fusion 360.
To ensure a professional service, delivered in the shortest amount of time possible I a tried and proven processes.
The Design Process Overview:
1. Protect your idea / intellectual property (IP):
If you plan on doing anything commercial with your design it is important for yourself and your designer to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). This means the designer is not permitted to disclose your idea to any other party unless the client grants permission to do so.
Of course this option is up to you, but the offer is there!
2. Client Brief:
Before starting a design it's important for the designer to gain a clear understanding what the client’s goal/s might be. For example, it’s important to know the manufacturing process before a design starts to ensure the design is created in way that is optimised for that process.
- Does the client require a prototype of the design?
- Does the client plan on manufacturing the design, is it high volume or low volume production?
- Have the correct materials been chosen?
- Are the goal/s reasonable and achievable?
3. Concept Development:
Before spending time working on a 3D model it's important for both the client and designer to have the same picture in their heads of what’s going to be modelled. This is achieved by sharing sketches of the design between each other. As a designer I love doing this step, is it some-what therapeutic for me!
(See my sketch examples below)
4. 3D CAD Design / Modelling:
Once the design has been clearly nutted out in the previous stages the 3D stage should be quick to complete. To give you an example, creating the plastic enclosure shown in the images below took less than an hour.
5. 3D Design Review:
Once the design is complete you'll have the chance to review the design and make changes if needed. You will be provided with a special 3D file which enables you to view the design in 3D on your computer or mobile device.
6. Sign off:
Once your all happy with the design you will be provided with a file that can be used to manufacturer your design, whether that be to 3D print it or to Manufacturer the part in China.