INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING
AESTHETICS AND ERGONOMICS
RioSH closely works with our clients to know the complete specification of the product design over that later RioSH do some research on it finally RioSH will come up with solutions on how to attract the end-user to this product. RioSH will design the product by keeping end-user prospects. RioSH will share a couple of design concepts with clients. After approval of the final casing from the client side, will finalize and proceed with the design. Our Product designer team works parallel with our mechanical designers and electronic designers to ensure that the product design will not only meet its aesthetic and ergonomic, but Product design can also lead sales blast.
The main aspects of marketability are design and ergonomics. Design is about aesthetics. If the product does not look appealing, it will not sell. The value of a good industrial design is crystal clear: an attractive design not only helps to sell more products, but it also allows to charge higher prices, which means that the actual profit per unit can be a multiple of the profit on a so-so-looking product. Ergonomics, on the other hand, focuses on human interaction with a product: How does it feel in hand? Do the shape and contours conform to the part of the body that comes into contact with the device? Our product engineers have the capability to attract the end-users with that product.
DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING
While product design and ergonomics are instrumental in making a product marketable, they alone do not guarantee success. Careful consideration of production in the initial stage is crucial because a sizeable percentage of the product’s lifecycle cost is committed at this time (cost of materials, production of parts, and assembly). RioSH designers integrate design and industrialization into a single process, with the goal of designing a product that is easily and economically manufactured. Once the prototype has done that proto is on the manufacturing side product design engineering only handles at that time.
THE BASIC GUIDELINES OF OUR INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS ARE:
1. LESS IS MORE
One of the best methods for reducing manufacturing costs is to reduce the number of parts in a product design. Fewer parts often lead to less sourcing, development, purchasing, assembly, testing, and development time among others
2. MAKE IT MODULAR
Riosh will follow based on clients flexibility for supposing he wants to go with one particular module on that board we will follow the same, Also addition, it provides ease in repairing, maintaining, or replacing a part of the device in the event the part were to fail.
3. USE STANDARD COMPONENTS
The Procurement team will procure the standard components so that PCB boards will be longer use. The availability of these components means reduced lead times—the amount of time it takes to procure components.
4. KEEP IT SIMPLE
To minimize manufacturing cost, we select the optimal combination between bill of materials while design and fabrication process. Secondary operations such as painting, coating, and surface finishing should be avoided as should a high degree of precision on parts. while design will consider the design for manufacturing, These kind process manufacturing challenges and increase the reject rate (yield loss), resulting in higher part production cost. Designer will keep production in mind while designing.
5. ROUND IT UP, GIVE IT AN ANGLE, AND DON’T FIGHT GRAVITY
Use rounded corners as opposed to sharp angles since plastic flows better through rounded corners during plastic injection. Concurrently, (draft) angles an angle incorporated into a wall of a mold so that the opening of the cavity is wider than its base are needed, Production design should be as simple as simple. In addition, a design minimizing assembly directions. Electronic products should be assembled from one direction ideally from above. This way gravity works with you during the assembly process as opposed to slowing down assembly by having to compensate for its effect.