Question: I have an innovative product idea. How can you help me?
Answer: First we need to discuss this idea together. We will start by asking some basic questions: “Will your idea really be useful and relevant to its purpose?” “Will it make a difference?” “Are there any products based on a similar idea around the world?” etc. After we clearly identify the needs, we will develop a concept together. We will do dimensional 3D design according to the user relations and environmental conditions in the area of use. Then, testing stage with the preliminary prototype of the product follows. We will prepare the 3D design that is closest to the producible end-product with the feedback we receive from these prototype tests and move on to the preparations for mass production.
Question: Another company has done my designs (or I have done them myself). Can I get only prototype production service?
Answer: Yes, you can. We have many different 3D printers. We can choose the most suitable method for your design and produce the sample in line with your expectations.
Question: Which prototyping technology should I choose? Which one is the most precise?
Answer: The most commonly preferred prototyping method is FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling). However, it may not fully respond to user needs. A single prototyping method is thus not enough. You might need to use different production techniques such as CNC, SLS, Polyjet, SLA, 3DP and DMLS as well. We basically look at minimum wall thickness and variety of details in 3D models brought to us. The size of the part also determines our choice of prototyping method. The last issue is functionality. Today, end-user products are also produced with 3D production systems. Within the light of all this information, we can say that there is no single system that can respond to the most precise prototyping request.
Question: Can you produce even a fingerprint in 3D?
Answer: Yes. Thanks to our wide range of machines, we can produce geometrical shapes with even the finest details.
Question: I would like to get industrial design service. What should I do?
Answer: You need to make some initial preparations. You need to prepare a design brief which includes the technical properties of the product, the advantages of competing products, and your ultimate design objective. We will then discuss these together in our first meeting to understand your idea, your findings and concerns. We will continue with the quotation which contains all the details about the service.
Question: Do you provide 3D scanning service? How is it priced?
Answer: Yes. We can digitalize your objects with our 3D optical scanning system. If you like, you can also get surface modelling service on point cloud. It is enough to email us a few pictures of the object to learn about our prices.
Question: Can I get full service for the whole process from design to the packaged product?
Answer: Yes. In addition to product development services, we also offer production consultancy services which include mold design, mold production, injection (or stamping) and packaging stages. We follow up all production stages by informing you in each step.
Question: Who do you serve?
Answer: We actually serve a large number of sectors which have a substantial or tangible business idea, design, product and mold. Industrial organizations, entrepreneurs, inventors, product developers and agencies expert in their field are in our list.
Question: Our project will take some time. Can we work in our own office?
Answer: Sometimes our customers would like us to come to their own sites for various reasons. We are open to your designer hiring and on-site working requests.
Question: Our project is very confidential. How can I trust you?
Answer: Confidentiality is one of our major company values. Tulga keeps the personal information of all its customers confidential. The designs you will share with us are thus not going to be revealed to third parties. Without your consent, your projects are not publicized in any area including marketing activities. We can also guarantee information confidentiality with a mutual non-disclosure agreement (NDA) if you wish.