With the accelerating pace of various types of product replacement, consumers are increasingly critical of their appearance and functionality. This tests whether a company’s R&D level can stand the test of the market. In order to quickly verify the feasibility of product design, making Shouban is the only way to tell. The main uses of Shouban are:
A. Inspection of new product designs
The hands-on model is not only visible, but also touchable. It can intuitively reflect the designer's creativity in the form of physical objects, avoiding the disadvantages of “drawing it out to be good-looking and making it unsightly”. Therefore, the production of Shouban is indispensable in the development of new products and the scrutiny of product appearance.
II. Inspection of New Product Structure Design
The hand board is configurable, so it can intuitively reflect whether the structure is reasonable and how easy it is to install. Facilitate the early detection of problems and solve problems;
Third, avoid the risk of opening the mold directly
Since the cost of mold making is generally high, the relatively large mold value is hundreds of thousands or even millions. If the structure is found to be unreasonable or has other problems in the process of opening the mold, the loss can be imagined. By checking the cooperation of each part by making the hand-plate first according to the design drawings, this kind of loss can be avoided and the risk of mold opening can be reduced;
Four. Preemptively make new products available
Shouban production is quick, you can use the Shouban before the opening of the mold for new product promotion, exhibitions, and even early sales, quickly occupy the market.
All of the above points must be understood by everyone. Why do we need to do a handboard when the product is just designed? Some companies directly adopt molds in order to save R&D costs. Once there are problems with the design, they often delay the time to market and ultimately cause the company to cause greater losses.