New Product Development
We are a product development team located on the campus at Boise State University. We work with entrepreneurs, start-ups, and established companies from within a variety of industries on projects of all sizes. Since 2001, we have specialized in concept development, design engineering, and prototyping solutions. For your prototyping needs, we offer on-demand 3D printing and RTV mold making services. Click one of the buttons below to learn more about our product design or prototyping services.
What Makes Us Unique?
Our clients participate in the design process. We encourage clients to sit in on design and modeling sessions to offer input and get immediate feedback as we design your product.
Whether you are a subject matter expert looking to add to the design process, or you are new to the process and would like to learn more, this approach allows us to stay closely connected during the design process.
Grey Beaudry & Kai Landsell takle a project in the New Product Developent Lab at Boise State.
What We Offer
Upcoming NPD & Manufacturing Events
In lieu of usual in-person trade office business visits, the Idaho China Trade Office will be holding virtual visits for Idaho businesses from February 22nd through March 12th, 2021. Trade office manager, Tara Qu will be available for one-on-one meetings to discuss your business interests in the China market. Discuss market strategies, opportunities or barriers into the market, current business projects in the region, or ask questions about the current regulatory environment in the region.
Is your company trying to manufacture best-in-class quality food products? A well-tuned sensory program will help you reduce customer complaints and build brand loyalty. In fact, it is at the heart of where you set your product and process limits. This means sensory is crucial to ensuring your customers receive the quality they love and expect. In this course, you will learn how to integrate sensory into your existing continuous improvement, quality, and food safety programs. Participants will learn how to implement, manage, and maintain sensory quality validation and shelf life programs.