iMAC Design is a product engineering firm based in India that focuses on human-centered processes.


iMAC Design, being a one-stop solutions provider, offers complete Product engineering services from Idea to Revenue Stage.

As a product design and development firm, we use our human-centered methodology to solve any engineering challenge. Whether creating new products and services or improving existing ones, we assist at all stages of a product’s life cycle. Our cross-disciplinary specialists, researchers, designers, and engineers leverage their deep understanding of multiple industries and technologies to spark creative and innovative solutions.

Our product engineering team takes a design solution and prepares it for manufacturing and launch. Our expertise and engineering services include CAD development, BOM creation, CTF drawings, prototyping, and testing as well as mechanical problem-solving, materials selection sourcing, and manufacturing support.

Our approach is integrative. Because we are also a design and development firm, our engineering team takes a holistic view of all projects. This view enables us to uniquely engineer designs so that they can be scaled on a cost-effective basis to ensure profitability and success. We also work with startups to engineer challenging new concepts or ideas.


One of the many tools that engineers and designers use to develop products and address challenging issues is computer-aided design (CAD). Integrating organizing, analysis, problem-solving strategies, and a graphical representation of the problem are essential for solving complicated problems.

With CAD software, it’s possible to create solutions in a virtual space, letting our team visualize attributes like height, width, distance, material, or color before a design is used for a particular application. Our experience extended across the variety of CAD software from 2D CAD, to 3D CAD and solid modeling. In the product engineering process, CAD allows us to respond to problems, and respond to new information in our designs early on.

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Engineering Testing

Our engineers test a product to determine whether it meets specifications for product market fit and develop test reports, analyze performance and track defects. Before testing, our Engineers gather all determined resources and equipment needed to conduct testing. Our engineers evaluate test issues and put forward solutions while performing testing. They also keep proper documentation for completed test programmes. Our engineers create failure analysis reports following testing, provide corrective recommendations, and suggest design revisions based on test results to achieve desired performance.

Compliance & Regulatory

Our product engineering team works around compliance requirements that are often imposed by governmental organizations, industry associations, and companies themselves. Often these requirements create minimum specifications for the form, function, and technologies used in a product. Fortunately, we can rely on our deep understanding of compliance issues and years of experience to find best-in-class solutions to each compliance requirement.

Material science

Successful design to manufacturing requires understanding of materials science and engineering. Our experienced engineers apply materials science knowledge to the creation of products and manufacturing designs. In many cases, up to 70% of the cost to make a product is its materials. Therefore, An understanding of materials science and engineering enables selection of materials that have been optimized to meet performance, reliability, and cost.

Engineering analysis

Our Engineers team performs CAE analysis to check about the strength of the materials, reliablity, fatigue failure, life of the product etc. we also do analytical study for the product and generate reports for the DFMEA to get exact data about the products and its functionality.

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Key Attractors

By combining our findings, we can produce insights that will be incorporated into the final product. We are able to determine what is most essential to each person by spotting common themes of desire in the personas. These patterns of want are referred to as Key Attractors (USP), and we can use them as inspiration for product design. We will be inspired by these Key Attractors to select particular design elements, touchpoints, haptics, and emotional reactions that connect to particular target markets. They can be compared to competing offerings and used as a guide throughout the design process to enable the development of distinctive goods and services that successfully differentiate themselves in the marketplace.

Engineering Methods

We have a distinct advantage in product engineering because of the approach we integrate tried-and-true engineering techniques with new technologies. Although prototyping is a key component of our work, new 3D printing techniques enable us to rapidly produce lifelike models that can be utilized to quickly fix problems and create improvements which would have been expensive. Our systems engineering methodologies also take into account conventional notions of organizational-wide technologies like hybrid cloud and IoT that drive innovation. Ultimately.

Rapid Development Prototypes (VC)

Prototypes are routinely used as part of the product engineering process to give engineers and designers the ability to explore design alternatives, test theories, and confirm performance prior to starting production of a new product. Almost every project uses prototypes in some way. A prototype is a working model of a product that is used for testing before it is manufactured. Prototypes help our designers learn about the manufacturing of a product, how people will use the product, and how the product could fail or break. A prototype is not the same thing as a model. A model is used to demonstrate or explain how a product will look or function. A prototype is used to test different working aspects of a product before the design is finalized.

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3D printing

3D printing is the key technology that enables rapid prototyping. Also called additive manufacturing, 3D printing is used to make 3D solid objects from a digital file. In the 3D printing machine a prototype is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is created. Each of these layers can be seen as a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the eventual object. From shorter lead times in prototyping to the creation of complex internal structures, additive manufacturing can offer a big advantage over more traditional processes. 3D printing allows our engineers and designers to create as many variations as necessary of a product or part while adapting its shape and detail, without affecting the cost of the process. As a result, 3D printing allows us to get early feedback and reviews for quality, adaptation, and adjustments. Changes cost more the later they occur and 3D printing reduces this risk.

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Vendors and Material Sourcing

In the product engineering process, our engineers evaluate, and source proposed materials and manufacturing partners based on the needs of the clients in regard to scale, budget, geographic location, and other factors that will drive decision making. Using our established relationships we often have unique access to materials, materials supply, and a range of manufacturers that cater to various categories. Our suppliers can often be a great source of innovative ideas for future products. Through close relationships, our suppliers have the freedom to support engineering and innovation efforts that can result in a competitive advantage for both our clients and the supplier. More often than not our diverse set of relationships allows us to compare costs and have a backup option if one of our suppliers isn’t able to perform.

Industries & Markets we Serve

> Robotics Product
> Engineering Consumer
> Product Engineering
> Medical Product Engineering
> Electronic Product
> Engineering Industrial product Engineering
> Digital Development Engineering