At Vector Arts, our in-house engineering process is driven by a team of skilled engineers who leverage their expertise in software knowledge, including Microvellum, AutoCAD, Cypcut, Inventor, Solidworks and Fusion 360. This powerful combination of cutting-edge software proficiency and engineering acumen enables us to seamlessly transition from initial concept development to the final production phase. Whether it's precision design in AutoCAD, advanced laser control with Cypcut, or 3D modeling in Inventor and Fusion 360, our engineers harness the full potential of these tools to ensure that every project meets the highest standards of quality and accuracy. With in-house engineering at Vector Arts, innovation and excellence are not just goals; they are intrinsic to our process.
of the design process is the Research phase. During this phase, designers conduct research to understand the problem that needs to be solved, the users’ needs, and the technical and functional requirements. This research is used to inform the design concept that will be developed in the subsequent phase.
is the Ideation phase. During this phase, designers generate ideas, concepts, and solutions. This is done through brainstorming, sketching, and prototyping. The goal of this phase is to generate a range of ideas that can be explored further.
is the Development phase. During this phase, designers refine their ideas and create a detailed design. This involves creating detailed drawings, specifications, and prototypes.
is the Evaluation phase. During this phase, designers test and evaluate their design to ensure that it meets the design requirements. This includes user testing, usability testing, and other types of testing.
The final phase is the Production phase. During this phase, designers produce the final design, which can involve manufacturing, packaging, and delivery.