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2fprototypes products: 1. Materials: black & white POM, etc. 2. Machining equipments: 3/4/5-axis CNC milling, CNC Turning, dilling etc. 3. Finished: Sand blasting, zinc/nickel/ chrome plated, Trivalent Chromate/Alodine, anodize, powder coating 4. Specifications: Machined according to...Send Inquiry
1. Materials: black & white POM, etc.
2. Machining equipments: 3/4/5-axis CNC milling, CNC Turning, dilling etc.
3. Finished: Sand blasting, zinc/nickel/ chrome plated, Trivalent Chromate/Alodine,
anodize, powder coating
4. Specifications: Machined according to client's drawing,
the largest maching range is 3000mm ×1800mm × High Unlimited
5. Precision: 0.005mm
6. Certification: ISO 9001
7. Drawing format: CAD / PDF/ DWG/ IGS/ STEP, etc.
8. Packing details:
A. Neutral packing (neutral plastic bag/ foam paper+ neutral carton / wood box)
B. Customized packing ( with logo or barcode according to your requirement)
9. Field: Precise medical devices, Industry automation, mechanical manufacturing etc.
Sketches (hand-drawn, low-fi, static): Sketches (also sometime referred to as “scribbles”) are very early, rough (low-fidelity), hand-drawn static representations of a future product. Usually, they are preliminary outputs to a first concept and used for ideation rather than actual feedback. While we list them here for completeness, we would argue that they are not really prototypes, since they are too far from being a “partial implementation”. Sketches can, however, be the basis for paper prototypes.
Paper prototypes (analog, low-fi, static to semi-interactive): Paper prototypes are easy to create and don’t require any specialized tools. Paper, pencils, scissors and some tape or glue are usually sufficient. They are also very flexible and can quickly be redesigned on the fly, even during a user test or workshop. On the other hand, they can only offer a very limited idea of the interactive behavior of a product (e.g. menus can be simulated by rolling out a folded strip of paper with the menu items written on it by hand) and cannot be easily modified, i.e. changes require creating a new prototype (or part of it). Usually they are hand-drawn and low-fidelity, unless printed designs are used as basis.
Wireframes (digital, low-fi, static): Wireframes are relatively easy to create, but do not include any visual design (low-fi). They are static representations of the product that focus on the layout of each screen and how the screens relate to each other. Wireframes are usually created using a graphics/drawing tool or specialized wireframe tools like Pidoco that are often more efficient or easy to use and allow for easy adaptation of the wireframes to changing requirements and user feedback.
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