Here at White Box Design, we believe that iteration and prototyping is an essential part of the industrial design process.
Our design for the Polycom SoundStation IP5000 is a great example of our process through prototypes, from our very first rough massing model to the final production product.
Very first foam model. Through sketching and quick massing CAD models we produce simple foam models giving us a good sense of form, proportions and product personality in the real world.
Refined foam model. Through collaboration and input from all the team members we develop the concept further to define overall dimensions.
3D prints. Using CAD we develop the model further, then produce 3D prints for validation. During this process we collaborate closely with the mechanical engineering and the production team to find the optimum relationship between form, aesthetics and the physical mechanical requirements. We often produce many 3D prints during this phase to compare, refine and develop all possible solutions.
Early production parts. Here all aspects of the design intent and production processes are validated and refined to meet production constraints, fit of internal parts, drop test requirements, safety regulations, cost targets and more.
Final design: The SoundStation IP5000
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