Product design:
Evaluation,
Concept design,
Detail design,
Engineering.

Our experience in product design

For over 17 years Bang Creations has been designing, developing, and delivering products for an array of companies. Ranging from large corporations such as Unipart, Hasbro, and Heineken, to SME's such as Posturite, and Fwip. We also have worked with award winning start-ups such as Evaclite, which won the Product Innovation of the Year at the Security and Fire Excellence Awards 2018.

At Bang Creations we have also designed and produced our own products, such as Colandish, which won the 2016 German Design Award for Excellence in Product Design. It has also been featured one BBC One.

Whether you are an established company or a start-up with big ideas, we can make your product reality.

Concept design & evaluation

We have many years’ experience of taking ideas and turning them into realistic, workable and marketable designs. One of the key aspects of the new product design process is looking at an idea from different perspectives. We need to make sure we have considered every potential execution, otherwise the wrong idea may be chased down the development path To do this we brainstorm as many creative alternative solutions as possible before viewing each through the eyes of the consumer.

As designers, we focus not only on answering the brief but also providing an element of novelty or unique functionality that suits the target market and sets a product apart from its competition. We call this adding the ‘bang’ – that little something that turns a good product into a great one and makes it stand out in the marketplace.

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Detail design & CAD

The chosen concept needs refining to show how it might work, look, and feel. We consider elements such as materials, manufacturability, mechanisms, and construction right from the start. In this stage we will iron out all the design details involved with turning an idea into reality. This involves the creation of 3D CAD (computer aided design) models and more detailed prototypes.

We work in 3D CAD (SolidWorks) to create all the components, these are assembled together into a virtual working assembly, which can be used to create 3D-prints, and prototypes. We will also use this CAD to create testing rigs for specific mechanical mechanisms such as folding furniture mechanism, or actuator driven devices. This rapid prototyping approach allows us to quickly identify problems and solutions to the product early in the development process.

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Mechanical engineering

Making a one off prototype is very different to a production run. Throughout the design development phase we are always considering materials, their manufacturing processes and assembly. Often we work as a wider team integrating any electronics, mechanics or software into a production ready handover package.

We evaluate the best process to produce each part and often carry out FEA – Finite Element Analysis, ensuring we can optimise the strength of the component, and that it will absorb stress and flex in the desired way.

We may also use FMEA – Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, to analyse risk so as we can take action and reduce the possibility of failure, and to ensure that if it were to fail, it would do so safely.

Learn more about mechanical engineering...

Electronic engineering

For electronics we have the abilities to develop a multitude of products that include microprocessors, micro-controllers and PCBs into stylish, well performing product designs. Ranging from electro-mechanical products to internet of things (IoT) connected devices.

During initial development we may produce electronic prototypes using micro-controllers such as Arduino. This allows our electronics partners to quickly ratify requirements and gives us the opportunity to test the product and incorporate into the physical, mechanical design. We can then identify user interface requirements that need to be developed.After the electronics are fully developed and ratified, they will be designed into a compact PCB, with fully programmed firmware, ready for manufacture and production.

Learn more about electronic engineering...

Product design:
Evaluation,
Concept design,
Detail design,
Engineering.

Our experience in product design

For over 17 years Bang Creations has been designing, developing, and delivering products for an array of companies. Ranging from large corporations such as Unipart, Hasbro, and Heineken, to SME’s such as Posturite, and Fwip. We also have worked with award winning start-ups such as Evaclite, which won the Product Innovation of the Year at the Security and Fire Excellence Awards 2018.

At Bang Creations we have also designed and produced our own products, such as Colandish, which won the 2016 German Design Award for Excellence in Product Design. It has also been featured one BBC One.

Whether you are an established company or a start-up with big ideas, we can make your product reality.

Concept design & evaluation

We have many years’ experience of taking ideas and turning them into realistic, workable and marketable designs. One of the key aspects of the new product design process is looking at an idea from different perspectives. We need to make sure we have considered every potential execution, otherwise the wrong idea may be chased down the development path To do this we brainstorm as many creative alternative solutions as possible before viewing each through the eyes of the consumer.

As designers, we focus not only on answering the brief but also providing an element of novelty or unique functionality that suits the target market and sets a product apart from its competition. We call this adding the ‘bang’ – that little something that turns a good product into a great one and makes it stand out in the marketplace.

Learn more about concept design...

Detail design & CAD

The chosen concept needs refining to show how it might work, look, and feel. We consider elements such as materials, manufacturability, mechanisms, and construction right from the start. In this stage we will iron out all the design details involved with turning an idea into reality. This involves the creation of 3D CAD (computer aided design) models and more detailed prototypes.

We work in 3D CAD (SolidWorks) to create all the components, these are assembled together into a virtual working assembly, which can be used to create 3D-prints, and prototypes. We will also use this CAD to create testing rigs for specific mechanical mechanisms such as folding furniture mechanism, or actuator driven devices. This rapid prototyping approach allows us to quickly identify problems and solutions to the product early in the development process.

Learn more about detail design & CAD...

Mechanical engineering

Making a one off prototype is very different to a production run. Throughout the design development phase we are always considering materials, their manufacturing processes and assembly. Often we work as a wider team integrating any electronics, mechanics or software into a production ready handover package.

We evaluate the best process to produce each part and often carry out FEA – Finite Element Analysis, ensuring we can optimise the strength of the component, and that it will absorb stress and flex in the desired way.

We may also use FMEA – Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, to analyse risk so as we can take action and reduce the possibility of failure, and to ensure that if it were to fail, it would do so safely.

Learn more about mechanical engineering...

Electronic engineering

For electronics we have the abilities to develop a multitude of products that include microprocessors, micro-controllers and PCBs into stylish, well performing product designs. Ranging from electro-mechanical products to internet of things (IoT) connected devices.

During initial development we may produce electronic prototypes using micro-controllers such as Arduino. This allows our electronics partners to quickly ratify requirements and gives us the opportunity to test the product and incorporate into the physical, mechanical design. We can then identify user interface requirements that need to be developed.After the electronics are fully developed and ratified, they will be designed into a compact PCB, with fully programmed firmware, ready for manufacture and production.

Learn more about electronic engineering...

Product design:
Evaluation,
Concept design,
Detail design,
Engineering.

Our experience in product design

For over 17 years Bang Creations has been designing, developing, and delivering products for an array of companies. Ranging from large corporations such as Unipart, Hasbro, and Heineken, to SME’s such as Posturite, and Fwip. We also have worked with award winning start-ups such as Evaclite, which won the Product Innovation of the Year at the Security and Fire Excellence Awards 2018.

At Bang Creations we have also designed and produced our own products, such as Colandish, which won the 2016 German Design Award for Excellence in Product Design. It has also been featured one BBC One.

Whether you are an established company or a start-up with big ideas, we can make your product reality.

Concept design & evaluation

We have many years’ experience of taking ideas and turning them into realistic, workable and marketable designs. One of the key aspects of the new product design process is looking at an idea from different perspectives. We need to make sure we have considered every potential execution, otherwise the wrong idea may be chased down the development path To do this we brainstorm as many creative alternative solutions as possible before viewing each through the eyes of the consumer.

As designers, we focus not only on answering the brief but also providing an element of novelty or unique functionality that suits the target market and sets a product apart from its competition. We call this adding the ‘bang’ – that little something that turns a good product into a great one and makes it stand out in the marketplace.

Learn more about concept design...

Detail design & CAD

The chosen concept needs refining to show how it might work, look, and feel. We consider elements such as materials, manufacturability, mechanisms, and construction right from the start. In this stage we will iron out all the design details involved with turning an idea into reality. This involves the creation of 3D CAD (computer aided design) models and more detailed prototypes.

We work in 3D CAD (SolidWorks) to create all the components, these are assembled together into a virtual working assembly, which can be used to create 3D-prints, and prototypes. We will also use this CAD to create testing rigs for specific mechanical mechanisms such as folding furniture mechanism, or actuator driven devices. This rapid prototyping approach allows us to quickly identify problems and solutions to the product early in the development process.

Learn more about detail design & CAD...

Mechanical engineering

Making a one off prototype is very different to a production run. Throughout the design development phase we are always considering materials, their manufacturing processes and assembly. Often we work as a wider team integrating any electronics, mechanics or software into a production ready handover package.

We evaluate the best process to produce each part and often carry out FEA – Finite Element Analysis, ensuring we can optimise the strength of the component, and that it will absorb stress and flex in the desired way.

We may also use FMEA – Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, to analyse risk so as we can take action and reduce the possibility of failure, and to ensure that if it were to fail, it would do so safely.

Learn more about mechanical engineering...

Electronic engineering

For electronics we have the abilities to develop a multitude of products that include microprocessors, micro-controllers and PCBs into stylish, well performing product designs. Ranging from electro-mechanical products to internet of things (IoT) connected devices.

During initial development we may produce electronic prototypes using micro-controllers such as Arduino. This allows our electronics partners to quickly ratify requirements and gives us the opportunity to test the product and incorporate into the physical, mechanical design. We can then identify user interface requirements that need to be developed.After the electronics are fully developed and ratified, they will be designed into a compact PCB, with fully programmed firmware, ready for manufacture and production.

Learn more about electronic engineering...