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Industrial Design Process Steps




A concept is the core foundation of a product. From it, the identity of a brand is defined and pursued. Every decision taken for either product or brand has to follow the concept, which in turn has to be well defined, justified and above all honest.



Once the initial conceptual idea is defined, exploration is started. Possible variants, what traits are to be dominant and which will be complementary are to be defined. During exploration, the core message of the concept is developed. The client has to be involved in key decision making, which makes communication an integral part of the process.


Conceptual CAD

CAD (Computer Assisted Design) is the first step in product development where the real proportions of a product start to surface. The free rein previously allowed by sketching and hand modeling takes a step back to precision and to basic manufacturing considerations. Material’s physical properties guide decision making at this stage and may influence the aesthetic of the product.


Documents, Presentation Images and Final Model Delivery

A finalized product allows for the generation of production blueprints, editable 3D files and renders that show the product in its final form.

This documentation, along with the whole project’s main milestones are archived and sent to the client for their free use.

Mechanical studies, fabrication studies and all-around CAE (computer assisted engineering) are the main focus of this phase.


Manufacturing and Consulting Modifications

Transforming a defined product concept into a working, finished product requires several stages of material and manufacturing tests, simulations and general manufacturing engineering tasks. It is not only verifying if a product can be manufactured and assembled, but finding the most environmentally friendly way of achieving it.

Mechanical studies, fabrication studies and all-around CAE (computer assisted engineering) are the main focus of this phase.

Design and Prototyping in Mexico


Outsourzia offers a comprehensive design and prototyping outsourcing solution. We DON’T just act as a broker or agent. We manage the process of turning your idea into a REAL physical product.

We help entrepreneurs, small and mid-sized businesses gain access to high-quality prototyping and product design in Mexico, at a fraction of the price of what it would cost you in the US.

Outsourzia operates with a network of reliable and highly skilled industrial and mechanical engineers and designers.

Design and Prototype Services


Our team of expert industrial engineers and designers will help you visualize your product before production. This allows for timely modifications and ensures the viability of the final product.

  • Silicone Rubber Molding or RTV SRM Tooling (Silicone Rubber Molds). RTV SRM Tooling can be developed and delivered within weeks on short runs or several hundred pieces. Creating of a Silicon Rubber Mold (SRM) can take as little as 3 to 5 days.
  • 3D Printing Stereo Lithography (SLA).
  1. Stereo Lithography (SLA). This technology is still widely regarded today as the paramount technology in RP equipment due to the combination of resolution, speed, and highly functional materials
  2. Fuse Deposition Modeling (FDM). Perfectly for high strength parts for testing, jigs and fixtures or master patterns. Large chamber up to 36 x 24 x 36 inches with a variety of layer thicknesses from .007” – .020”. Materials: ABS and Polycarbonate
  3. Poly Jet. For parts with complicated geometries, smooth surfaces and multiple materials. A precision 3D printing that use ink-jet technology combined with UV curable materials at great speed and precision with a layer thickness as small as 16 microns (.0006”)
  4. Direct Metal Laser Sintering. (DMLS) or SLM (Selective Laser Melting) This is the process of additively manuafacturing parts in pure metal alloys. The process builds metal parts 30 to 50 – micron layers at a time using very fine metal alloy powders, boasting the speed and accuracy. Materials: Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Titanium, Cobalt Chrome.
  5. Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) HP Technology prints superior quality parts at incredible speeds. This process utilizes fusing and detailing agents over a powdered nylon 12 build area, with infrared lamps fusing and entire layer in a single pass- versus sintering each part individually with a pin point laser. MJS can build geometrically complex parts to 10 times faster than the commonly uses SLS. Material used: Thermoplastics.
  6. Laser Sintered Plastic (SLS) Parts are created by fusing layers of powdered nylon together with the heat of a high-powered laser. It’s a great process to build robust and high quality functional parts without support structure while utilizing all axes during the build process. Materials: Nylon, Carbon Filled Nylon
  • Prototype Materials Offered. We use plastic, rubber, silicon, metal, fiberglass and carbon fiber, among other materials.

CNC precision machining can be used to create prototypes. Our CNC team can create your final product out of a variety of materials:

Metals: Stainless, aluminum, brass, and others.

Plastic: PP, HDPE, LDPE, PC, ABS, acrylic, and others.

Contact us to inquire about specific materials.

Having an outstanding brand is one of the keys to be successful and gain loyal clients.

  • Talented, affordable graphic designers
  • Branding
  • Marketing collaterals’ design
  • Shipping materials design
  • Low-cost printing
  • Delivery to the United States

Industrial Design Process Guide

The Outsourzia guide for product manufacturing!

Complete guide of the product development process