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Let us help you at no extra charge to you. Design assistance is free and most of the time in a couple of e-mails and maybe a phone call, we'll be able to find a solution that will meet your needs. If your project is a more complicated "do-it-yourself," we should be able to get you in touch with someone (or something) that will get you started on the right foot.
So send us an email, pictures, a sketch or whatever you think will make it easy for us to take a first stab at your idea. We'll get back to you quickly with a solution, more questions for clarification, or a quote.
Design assistance means you come to us with a drawing or a sketch of what you would like to do and we help you understand which fittings and parts will work best to accomplish that goal. Most of the requests for help that we get fit into this category.
Design services are different from design assistance.
In design services, you come to us with an idea, and our design team will create 3D sketchup drawings to help you visualize your idea. We will always be sure to let you know when your request will require paid services.
When are our design services helpful:
We work with SketchUp (a free design program from Google) so you will be able to view the project file and manipulate it on your own computer.
Below you will find some design services examples. Please contact us with any questions you have about these services.
A freestanding, portable parkour structure that was built by Ayren at Base Fittness with Kee Klamp pipe fittings and pipe.
Clothing racks found in a Las Vegas womens clothing boutique called Blu Noir. They used our Simple Rack Free Standing Clothing Racks to populate their entire store with portable clothing racks.
Preview of the obstacles that were constructed for an extreme race called the spartan race. Obstacles were constructed of Kee Klamp fittings to provide a strong obstacle that would be modular in nature.
A great example of and ADA railing installed at Lincoln's Birthplace National Historic Park.
An endzone camera support structure built by one of our team for a customer who was looking for a a DIY solution.
This table was created for O'Reilly publishings Maker Faire. It was first put into use in 2006 and is still used in their Maker Faire events to this day.