Conception and Design
The term ‘concept design’ is the initial big picture or macro design.
It shows us what problems the product will solve, how it will solve them, and what it will feel like as it is solving them. This is the most creative stage of the product development process.
It calls on us to consider sweeping ideas and all the various possibilities. In concept design lies the very soul of innovation.
Our 3D modellers and engineering experts will gladly design, model, reproduce, fix, modify or prepare your creations for whatever requirements you may have. We will help you with your project from its inception, a 2D drawing, a 3D scan or a 3D model whether your design will stay in the digital realm or end up as a manufactured product.
Product engineering usually entails the activity dealing with issues of cost, producibility, quality, performance, reliability, serviceability, intended lifespan and user features.
These product characteristics are generally all sought in the attempt to make the resulting product attractive to its intended market. It includes design, development and transitioning to manufacturing of the product.
After the initial design and development is done, transitioning the product to manufacture it in volumes is considered part of product engineering.
3d printing bureau and Fabrication
3D printing, also known as Additive Manufacturing, turns digital 3D models into solid objects by building them up in layers.
The technology was first invented in the 1980s, and since that time has been used primarily for rapid prototyping. However, in the last few years, 3D printing has additionally started to evolve into a next-generation manufacturing technology that has the potential to allow the local, on-demand production of final products or parts thereof.
At Rabbit, we offer FDM (fused deposition modeling) & FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) printing in various plastics such as ABS & PLA, SLA (Stereolithoraphy) printing in various resins including clear and castable, BinderJet printing in gypsum & PMMA acrylic and SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) printing in various nylons.
3d scanning and Reverse engineering
Efficient manufacturing requires good digital documentation. When documentation is not available, a reverse engineering process can very precisely scan or digitize an existing physical mold, model or part.
Whether you want to scan your artwork to have it reproduced, digitally modified and distributed or make a digital sculpture from a scan of your bust, 3D scanning can quickly become part of your workflow.
In order to scan a big variety of sizes for a multitude of applications, we offer the following types of 3D scanning: Laser, Infrared and Photogrammetry.