Ready to Turn Your Concept into a Manufactured Product?
OSE Product Development has designed literally hundreds of products for clients across a wide array of industries, and we draw on that experience to better serve customers like you. Whether it’s a home goods item, industrial equipment or a medical device, our team of product engineers will create animations, 3D CAD models, mechanical designs -- whatever you need! Our commitment to quality and innovation remains steadfast: we strive to create stylish, intuitive solutions with patentable functionality in every product design.
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Photorealistic Rendering and Animation
Detail & Assembly Drawings
Design for Manufacturing (DFM)
Electronic System Design
PCB Layout & Schematics
Digital & Analog Hardware Design
Feasibility Studies & Research Reports
Embedded Software Development
Bill Of Materials
Installation and Assembly Instructions
OUR DESIGN PROCESS IS
Our clients look to us as an extension of their team, which means our design process is collaborative. We take the time to understand your goals and the vision for your product, learning what user needs, functions and features are most critical to you.
The product design will often go through multiple revisions during the design phase. Depending on the complexity of the product or the stage of product development, the design may begin with sketch or jump right to 3D CAD modeling in SolidWorks. Each new iteration offers an opportunity for you and any other stakeholders to review the design, conduct testing, create prototypes or get user feedback.
Attentive to Your Budget
The design is progressively refined until it becomes a finalized, executable plan that works with your budget and timeline. From our initial discussion throughout the design process, we'll help you identify potential cost=saving opportunities and manufacturing efficiencies. These might include whether to purchase OEM parts or create your own, less expensive materials alternatives, or offshore vs domestic manufacturing options.