To begin with, the first step in creating a custom store fixture is to clearly define the goals and requirements. This is crucial in order to determine the size, shape, materials, and specific functionalities needed for the fixture. Once the goals and requirements have been established, the next step is to create a concept design for the fixture. This may involve sketching out ideas, creating mock-ups or prototypes, or using computer-aided design (CAD) software to create detailed plans and drawings.
During this stage, the concept design will likely be refined and modified several times before a final design is reached. Our designers and project management teams will work together to ensure that the fixture meets all necessary requirements and is feasible to produce. Once the final design is complete, the next step is to procure the necessary materials and schedule production equipment.
This process may include sourcing raw materials, obtaining necessary permits and approvals, and setting up tooling in our facility. Once all necessary resources are in place, the actual production of the fixture can begin. This might involve cutting and shaping raw materials, assembling and welding parts, and applying finishes and other treatments.
After the fixture has been produced, the next step is to test and install it. This involves ensuring that it meets all necessary requirements and is ready for use. If any issues are identified during testing, our team will address and revise them before final installation.