NextFab’s team of product designers and engineers helps innovators turn novel ideas into successful products. We specialize in working with clients in early stages of product development with identified unmet need in theworld. We’ll work with you to determine the best development strategy and apply our expertise in electrical engineering, embedded system design, industrial design, and mechanical engineering to realize your product vision.
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“NextFab is an indispensable partner for our organization. Their expertise and professionalism have enabled us to deploy critical, reliable hardware to those in need – reducing harm, increasing security, and stabilizing communities.”
– Ryan Bednar, Hala Systems
Project costs vary depending on the scope, but in general, projects will require hundreds of hours rather than tens of hours. Our hourly consulting rates run from $125 to $150.
Every project is unique, but a typical project phase runs anywhere from two to six months. We take a staged development approach and multiple projects are needed to take a product from concept to market-ready.
We specialize in early-stage product development and helping innovators turn novel ideas into successful hardware products. If you’ve identified a problem in the world where a new product can add value, there’s a great chance we can help.
We offer a full complement of hardware product design services, including electrical engineering, embedded system design, industrial design, and mechanical engineering. We take a hands-on approach and pair our design and engineering expertise with in-house prototyping capabilities. This allows us to build what we design and iterate quickly and efficiently.
We prefer to have an initial non-confidential conversation before entering into an NDA. If it seems that we’re a good fit to help with your project, we have a standard NDA that we’d be glad to execute.
Typically no. Our standard engagements are fee-for-service. We only invest in startup companies through our RAPID Accelerator Program. Click here to learn more.