Here at Lowbrow Customs we take our product design super serious and wanted to let everyone in on how we go from an initial idea to a full on production piece.
Watch this 2-minute product design video and help name these new motorcycle grips!
Post your product name idea in the comments below or in the YouTube comments for a chance to win.
Tyler walks you through one of our latest grip design while also giving YOU a chance to help name this new product! The person who comes up with the best name for the grip will receive the original 3D printed prototype, 1 of 1, that is featured in this video.
So let us know what you think we should call these new handlebar grips. Who knows maybe you will be the lucky winner!
Some of the steps of designing a new product:
The first initial ideas get sketched out by hand.
Two or three drawlings could happen before it goes to the computer for 3-D CAD work.
Then it goes into a full on 3-D rendering in CAD
The CAD drawlng becomes a blueprint and a crucial step in our product development.
We then use a 3-D printer to get a mock up sample. This is extremely handy when you need to trial fit or get a good feel for the part in real life versus just seeing it on a computer screen.
Our Makerbot 3-D printer hard at work.