As all New Zealanders unite in the fight against the spread of Covid-19, Formworks will be away from the studio and working remotely from our homes. Please know that we continue to work as usual, but we are just doing so from a different location!
If you have any enquiries, whether it is for an existing or new project, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are available on mobile or email to answer any questions you may have.
Thank you for your understanding and support during this time. But most importantly stay safe, and we look forward to being back to normal as soon as possible.
I recently bumped into someone who asked what I did for a living. I told them I was a designer and was met with “oh, you create pretty pictures…”
Yes, it’s where we start, but it’s only a small part of the design process. To develop a product from idea to production requires concept development, CAD modelling, prototyping, CAD refinement, more prototyping and finally production procurement.
227 components, 5 fabric bags, 36 injection mould tools, 3 fabric forming tools, 3 extrusion dies, 8 stamp press tools and 3 spring forming tools produced across two countries is what it took to produce one Barmes freebase. All parts designed and specified from pretty picture to manufacturable product by Formworks.
Awesome to see another great project we worked on with Designerscope™, Häfele AXILO™, released at Interzum 2017.
The Häfele AXILO™ plinth adjusting fitting system– the extended lever for cabinet leveling. Every kitchen installer knows the problems with the leveling of kitchen furniture over the plinth feet, in particular the rear ones … Häfele’s clever new adjustment system puts an end to it. The adjustment is done ergonomically and back friendly from the front, with simultaneous monitoring of the level. All told one can save up to 50% of the assembly time. Small cause – great effect. **
It’s always great to see another of our projects make it off the drawing board and onto the market. This time it’s from one of our long-standing clients Simcro, who we worked closely with on the development of the Slimline Dual Injector.