To be successful in the marketplace, a design firm must be able to introduce products that can be brought to market quickly, accurately, and they must be stylish and saleable. A tough order to fill for most firms, but most firms don't have designers with the experience and background of the Silicon Valley Award-Winning ID-3D Design.

Formed in 1981 under the name Talesfore Design and changed in 2005, ID-3D Design is led by Nicholas Talesfore, I.D.S.A., who has served on both the Product and Industrial Design Advisory Board for the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, the largest private art college in the United States, and the Enterprise Network (TEN). TEN was founded in 1993 to bring together leaders in design, engineering, business, government, and education to promote and mentor new businesses in Silicon Valley.

ID-3D Design does not limit themselves to any particular field. At the central core of ID-3D Design is and experienced management and design team which is capable of solving the many complex issues of designing and developing products. This multi-talented design-to-manufacture team has coordinated and managed the engineering and design activities for well over 300 successful projects.

ID-3D Design was one of the first design firms in the US to successfully integrate the computer in the design process. Not willing to rest on their laurels, ID-3D Design has kept ahead of the game, with state-of-the-art systems that have powerful rendering capabilities. These computer-aided design programs enable ID-3D Design to create virtual products. Virtual designs not only allow for a clearer understanding of the designer's intent, they also enable the design team to evaluate a product's form and style as well as physical characteristics visually and mechanically early in the products development.

As client Howard Mullen of Control Plastics says, "I have worked with ID-3D Design for over 20 years. I have used them for my own programs, as well as recommended them for many of my customers. Their results have always earned me the appreciation of the customers I referred. They have a good working knowledge of many manufacturing processes and tailor their designs appropriately."

Why not trust your new product design to a team that can ensure successful, efficient, cost-effective design for manufacture?

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