- Product Research, Concept Design and Development
- 2D/3D CAD development (Solidworks, SiemensNX and ProE)
- Rapidprototyping and Model Making
- Detail Design (CAD design for Tooling and Manufacturing)
- Design for Plastic Injection Moulding
- 3D Part Simulation (Part Failure Analysis)
- Project Management
- Sourcing (Components and Materials)


- Additive Manufacturing (SLA, SLS, 3D printing)
- CNC machining, Milling and Lathe work
- Castings and soft silicon tooling
- Vacuum Forming and Pattern Making
- Spray painting and finishing
- Wood and metal work

The Design Process

As an accomplished designer, I have acquired the skills necessary to bring a product to life. From concept to manufacturing and on to final product.

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  • Concept Design

    Stage One

    Research, explore, define and challenge ideas.

  • Prototype

    Stage Two

    Use rapid prototyping techniques to test and validate concepts.

  • Manufacture

    Stage Three

    Finalise and refine designs for manufacturing.

  • Refine

    Stage Four

    Make any required changes to product samples before production

  • Deliver

    Stage Five

    Realise final product.

Examples of products in the marketplace.

Here are some images of products I prototyped and modelled in CAD for production during my time at Design Momentum in Sydney, Australia. Please refer to the "Case Studies" section of this site for a closer look at some of the challenges overcome in the featured products.

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14+ years product design experience.

Further Examples

During my time with Product Design Consultancies, I gained experience across multiple industries gaining experience in the medical device and consumer product catergories.