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Client: Jon Tanner

Jon Tanner had an idea for improving child safety.  His idea was to create a device that would make the various child safety restraints found in high chairs, shopping carts and other places – safer.  He developed the idea, applied for a patent, and had CAD drawings drafted.  But at the early stages of development the costs of having molds made and developing a prototype were prohibitive.  So he turned to Studio 522.

We took his CAD drawings and created a special 3D model from them. That model allowed us to create a 3D animation that demonstrates how the device functions.  What was “special” about it was that it was created to conform to the requirements for 3D printing.  This allowed Jon to have a 3D printed prototype created for far less money than it would have taken to created prototype molds.

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