Prototyping is significantly enjoyable for us, and one of our specialties. When you're in the business of making something from nothing, this has to be the case. These working models represent qualifiable aspects of your project. Sometimes prototypes are made after lots of drawing, sketching and modeling; other times they are made at the conference table with a blob of clay during a kickoff meeting. No matter when they are implemented, prototypes are essential learning tools for us. Guiding the intent of a model is important and we always strive to answer essential questions, whether mechanical or aesthetic. We're versed in many types of informative construction including; giant welded mechanical 'mules', electronic breadboards, clay form studies, or 3d printed plastic from initial CAD geometry. We can incorporate these mock-ups into an existing production assembly or layout a system from the ground up, depending on the need. Our goal is to efficiently flesh out as much information as possible. Our craft and fine arts backgrounds combined with software knowledge allow us to regularly step back and forth between the real world and the virtual to quickly refine and modify with purpose. This process sustains our amazement and wonder, with a touch of occasional consternation to keep us honest. Holding something physical for the first time is always informative and is often accompanied by a clear outlook for success. We look forward to putting your working design in front of you. It's a powerful moment.