Industrial Design Services

By: Arc Industrial Design  09-12-2011
Keywords: Prototyping

Part Authoring

Complex shapes can be created using a combination of surface and solid modelling.

Part's and assemblies utilizing Inventors i-Logic programming allow for the creation and implementation of time saving libraries of commonly used parts.

Powerful sheet metal tools enable the creation of complex flat patterns.

Existing DWG geometry can be used as a reference in the part, assembly and drawing environment.

Assembly Management & BOM

Skeletal modelling and multi-body parts enable the creation of large assemblies with minimal constraints.

With proper constraints the functional relationships between components can be analyzed in an assembly.

BOM’s that incorporate items such as cut lists or sheet metal extents help eliminate costly mistakes.


Detailed dwgs are generated with templates and style libraries that meet client standards.

Exploded views of an assembly help clarify the relationships between parts and provide useful graphics for manuals.

Drawings can be exported as DWG's
or DXF's for use with CNC applications.

Sculpting & Prototyping

Some designs are simply to 'free-form' to be created digitally. Reverse Engineering allows for a great deal of design flexibility by first capturing the design content in clay. This clay model can then be further digitized and refined.

ARC industrial is capable of limited production runs of a prototype from most materials. This includes investment wax and most thermoset plastics.


ARC industrial has developed a network of contacts to aid in moving your design into production. Upon request we can provide reliable quotations from vendor for the tooling and production of your product.

Keywords: Prototyping

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