Preparing your designs for manufacturing


The manufacturing process


What happens after mass production

Phase 1: Pre-Production

Phase 1A

Bill of Materials (BOM)

Phase 1A:

Bill of Materials (BOM)

Often referred to as product structure, the Bill Of Materials is a list of raw materials required for product assembly and a comprehensive list of parts, items, assemblies, and sub-assemblies, which can be understood as the recipe and shopping list for creating a final product.

Phase 1B

Color Material Finish (CMF)

Phase 1B:

Color Material Finish (CMF)

For our products, we create a CMF document that clearly states it’s intended chromatic, tactile, and decorative identity. This helps prevent discrepancies between the output from the design team and the factory in which the product will be manufactured. Our project management and design teams work together to ensure that our client’s products maintain consistent quality, no matter how many hands are involved. We know the details make the product. Learn more about Phase 2 here.

Phase 1C


Phase 1C:


We’ve instituted set of procedures intended to ensure that a manufactured product and performed service adheres to a defined set of quality criteria or meets the requirements of the client. If it isn’t done under our roof, we’ll make sure all your outsourced materials are inspected accordingly.