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What to Know About the Product Development Process

What to Know About the Product Development Process

New product development is crucial for business growth and success in today’s competitive market. Companies constantly look for ways to innovate, create new products, and stay ahead of the competition. The process of bringing a new product to market involves various stages, such as idea generation, market research, design and development, testing, and launch. It requires collaboration between different departments within a company and input from customers and stakeholders to ensure that the final product meets their needs and expectations.

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Why Product Developers Love EVA Foam

Why Product Developers Love EVA Foam

Oftentimes, finding the right material for your new innovative product can feel like half the battle. It’s difficult to know ahead of time how a specific material will perform in certain applications, especially if you’ve never worked with it before. To make things even more difficult, most designers focusing on product innovation are working within … Read more

Everything You Need to Know About Injection Molded Foam

(Almost) Everything You Need to Know About Injection Molded Foam

If you’re looking for a versatile and durable foam material, injection-molded EVA foam may be the perfect choice for your next project. This type of molded foam is made by injecting molten EVA into a mold. The resulting product is a dense, closed-cell foam that has many benefits for product designers. In this article, we will discuss what molded foam is, the difference between injection-molded EVA foam and compression-molded EVA foam, and the benefits of using injection-molded EVA foam in product designs.

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How Foam Can Compliment Other Materials In Your Design

A Match Made in Heaven: How Foam Can Complement Other Materials in Your Design

Most designers are fully aware of the important role that material plays in their design, but many overlook the need for — or the potential of — using multiple materials when a design is particularly complex. Bringing in another material to complement a design’s primary ingredient is an easy way to drastically improve the fit and finish of the final product.

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