Cambridge Industrial Design Ltd
Cambridge Industrial Design helps companies across the world to create innovative and effective products.
|Address:||4 Trust Court, Vision Park, Histon|
We offer a personal, flexible and proven service tailored to our clients’ individual needs. Through our full range of creative product design services we can help you develop your product from scratch or complement your own in-house team, whichever best suits your project. Whatever your size, we provide an award winning, cost-effective service, based on your particular requirements.
Our collaborative and flexible approach means that you will be involved in the decision-making process at all times. This way of working has brought success to our clients in many sectors.
We invest heavily in technology, employing the latest CAD techniques for rapid design and prototyping and partner with production facilities in the UK and Far East to deliver a full service across the product lifecycle.
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Tel:+44 (0)1223 232117
Multiple successes shows strength of Cambridge supply chain from innovative ideas through design to finished products
9 May 2017Read in full
Demonstrating that it is always ready to go the extra mile, Cambridge Industrial Design (CID) successfully completed the gruelling Cambridge Chariots of Fire charity relay run yesterday (Sunday 18th September), raising £110 for Papworth Hospital Charity.
19 September 2016Read in full
Cambridge Industrial Design customer ioLight has invented an exciting new portable microscope. With a resolution of better than 1μm, it produces beautiful pictures of animal and plant cells and displays them directly onto your mobile device.
29 September 2015Read in full
Cambridge Industrial Design has created a GPS device to track movement of livestock and improve milk production.
23 June 2015Read in full
Businesses looking for award winning, effective product design will benefit from a merger announced today between two of Cambridge’s leading design consultancies. The combination of Cambridge Industrial Design (CID) and Think Product Design (TPD) will create a company with increased capacity and an expanded range of skills that span consumer and industrial products.
6 November 2013Read in full