Warwick Design undertakes a whole range of different developments. Some are very technical, some are cosmetic but most are a mixture of the two. It is very likely we have carried out developments in your field or at least the experience we have, from thirty years of detail design, will be appropriate to your project.
We have worked in Transport, Healthcare, Science, Food Processing, Water Management, Powertools, Pharmaceutical Delivery, Leisure Equipment, Coms, Consumer, Vending, Test Equipment, Shopfittings, Renewables Technology. This list is by no means exhaustive and we have experience in many, many more fields. Just ask us to know more.
In our 1000m2 offices we have large studio spaces where we use both Creo and Solidworks CAD software, CGI software etc. Warwick Design has an electrical/electronics assembly area. Small cleanroom (Class 10000) for zero particulate assembly. Rapid prototyping. Our large workshop has CNC, general engineering machines, spray booth and assembly areas.
We agree on the brief. You may supply one, we may create one from our discussions, but ultimately it is agreed between us.
Warwick Design then creates a programme of work outlining the anticipated stages required to get to the end point agreed.
Some first stages are feasibility studies or very early in the development. We provide a cost for the first stage and often estimates for subsequent stages as the direction for these later stages could vary widely in consequence of the findings in the first stage.
It is normal for Warwick Design to have some form of NDA in place before the first meeting or discussion takes place. (Some overseas clients we have never met and all discussions are on Skype).
Our computer network with all our client’s data on is never connected to the internet.
We have continuous, daily and weekly rotating backups.
Data can be sent to you password protected if requested.
These vary considerably depending on the needs of the client.
They could be just concept ideas that your own team might develop into fully detailed products. These would be in the form of CAD images or Photorealistic images.
They might be working models, bench rigs or fully painted and labelled models (full size or to scale).
They might be a set of production ready data in the form of CAD models, detailed drawings and Bill of Materials