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What We Do & How We Do It...


Beyond ideation and initial brief, we fully support our clients along the iterative process. Our CAD and visualisation facilities are valuable tools that assist with decision making and pre-production sign-off.

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Simply put, we bring ideas to life. From early stage development to functional prototypes, we provide creative input and apply our fabrication expertise to ensure designs are realised.

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Developing a brand? or perhaps you're designing the latest consumer electronic device or installing an experiential space? We can help. We design, build & install bespoke creations, of all shapes & sizes.

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We understand the importance of effective packaging. Beyond structural and environmental requirements, packaging needs to communicate. We bring concepts to life by replicating production and print techniques. From volumetric analysis to complete structural packaging mock-ups.

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Graphics, Print,
Paint & Fine Finishing

Fine finishing, graphics and our painting service form an integral component of our service offering. In order to accurately simulate production aesthetics, we ensure that our finishes and finishing touches are second to none. Spray painting, dry transfers and more!

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Our in-house facilities, support manufacturing programs ranging from low volume batches, to high volumes.

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Most Studio Sowow projects require an element of Computer Aided Design (CAD). At Sowow we support our clients by providing a complete CAD service. Whether its converting sketches to production ready data files or providing 3D Digital Visualisations for client presentations, we've got it covered.

- 2D Drafting

- 3D Modelling & Sculpting

- 3D Visualisations & Renders

- Volumetric Analysis

- Structural Stress Analysis

- Draft Analysis

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Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) and Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) technologies are essential components of our typical workflows. Our in-house capabilities allow us to produce components from a vast array of materials including but not limited to the following:

- Aluminium

- Acrylic

- Brass

- Copper

- Polycarbonate

- Carbon Composite

- PU Modelling Boards

- Wood

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Model Making

Traditional Model Making refers to the art and practice of fabricating, without the use of modern conveniences, such as 3D Printing. Traditional model making is therefore more reliant on the skill and expertise of a model maker.

At Studio Sowow, technology compliments traditional methods. Whilst technology such as 3D printing provides a good degree of accuracy and consistency, traditional hands-on methods give us a greater degree of control and freedom.

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Vacuum Casting

Vacuum casting is a casting process that requires a vacuum to draw liquid eslatomer into a mould.

In many instances vacuum casting is an ideal solution for low volume prototype production as it is fast and cost effective.

Due to the relatively low tooling costs (in comparison to injection moulding and hard tooling) changes to a master can be made quickly and new moulds created, thus lending itself particularly well to the iterative development process.

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Vacuum Forming

Vacuum Forming or Thermoforming, is the process of, in most instances, uniformly heating a thermoplastic material and shaping it in with the use of a tool or mould. This method of manufacturing is extremely cost-effective and ideal for a wide range of applications.

- Food Safe Packaging

- Signage

- Automotive Components

- Marine Components

- POS/Retail Displays

Studio Sowow are extremely proud to offer a complete in-house vacuum forming service. From tooling design and production, to large volume production runs.

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3D Printing

Studio Sowow offer a Stereolithography (SLA) and Filament (FDM) 3D Printing Service.

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3D Scanning

Studio Sowow are able to scan and digitise almost any real-world object. This is crucial where component master data has been lost or does not exist. Crucially, by scanning an object or assembly, we are able to validate geometry whilst reverse engineering and generating working data.

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