3D: In-House Prototyping & Designs

Posted on 12/10/2015 by Justin Creative-Marketing

 

Our Continued Development Process

 Wagan Corporation is a leader in developing and manufacturing high-tech products such as power inverters, portable power supplies, solar power units and other consumer electronic accessories. We perform in-house R&D and prototyping to develop products that will make your life more comfortable and convenient. Some of the prototypes that we produce are born from ideas sent to us by our customer’s needs and wants; others are born out of necessity from our creative imaginations.

 

How Dreams Begin

 We often receive emails from customers wanting to see a design change with an existing product or asking us to develop a purpose built product to satisfy a need. We scrutinize those ideas and scour the market to see if there is indeed a need for the design or alteration. Once we solidify an idea, the prototyping process begins.

 


In-House Design Team

 We have 4 people that are a part of our dedicated Graphics and Design Team. Although their title says “Graphics/Design Team”, each Wagan employee has a small yet integral part in the design and development process of each and every idea. Using a Makerbot 3D printer and a CAD program, we utilize programs to create a 3D rendition of the product idea. Once the design has been approved, we send the 3D replica to the factory to be produced from our exacting specifications. 

 


The Finished Product

 The day that the finished product arrives at our doorstep is a grand day! To see our vision come to fruition through long hours, countless 3D prototypes, several brainstorming sessions, and the (much appreciated) hard work of Wagan employees is truly exhilarating! Our latest design, the iOnBoost V10 (#7506), is a perfect example of a product that was born from an idea and perfected into reality.

 


Links:

iOnBoost V10: http://wagan.com/ionboost-v10.html

iOnBoost V10 Press Release: Click Here

About Us: http://wagan.com/about-us/#mission

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