La simplicité a du sens - Simplicity makes sense

 

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Presentation

David Bonnot

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_Kouma design is led by a designer, David Bonnot, graduate of Strate and with 20 years of experience in the industry, including 16 years with a car maker as an innovation designer.

_I specialize in studying and development of innovative concepts including products with the most complex and technical architectures.

_I practice a pragmatic, simple and fair design. I adopt global working methods that, from the beginning, take into account marketing, user needs, technology and manufacturing processes adapted to customers' means.

 

_My working methods are concrete and based on creativity, CAD and prototyping to offer customers complete and easily visualized solutions. I am constantly striving to design a product that is fair and achieves the highest levels of measured and perceived quality.

_I also develop and manufacture my own products in small series, particularly in the watchmaking sector, and market them.

Kouma Design's production resources make possible to produce products at the customer's request, either individually or in small series. 

Respect for confidentiality is one of Kouma Design's priorities.

Competencies

_Kouma Design follows the projects until they are put on the market:

Studying the existing system.

Understanding the market.

Design benchmarks.

Creation of user profiles.

Creativity.

Comparative study of concepts.

Supplier benchmarks.

Design and CAD production (20 years of experience in shape modeling, technical conception and creation of complex surfaces on Alias).

Photorealistic rendering and videos on Keyshot.

Production of communication supports.

Prototype production.

Development follow-up.

 

Means

 

-A 150 sqm insulated, secure and air-conditioned room.

-Two 3-axis CNC milling machines, one of which is large in size.

-All the tools necessary for the manufacture of prototypes in alloy, resin and composite.

-A vacuum composite manufacturing unit.

-Column drill, metal lathe, band saw and disc sanders.

-Three CAD/CAM powerfull computers.

-A large format HP plotter.

-Two 3D printers in FDM technology.

 

Computer licenses:

 

Alias Design, Rhino 3d, Keyshot, Desk-proto, Cambam+, Poser11, Scan and Solve, Photoscan, Affinity Photo.