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New project underway!  For the foreseeable future, RoadCat is just a clay model and CAD design exercise; a place for us to give our creative muscles a workout, without the typical concerns and restrictions of a targeted real-world application.  It exists (in design) simply because it can.  However, it is being designed to be a feasible concept; something that could, someday, exist.  Follow along as we indulge in the possibilities of pure design…

 More design, engineering, and fabrication, madness on the Scrape Build Pics Page…

 

 

Design, is at the heart of everything, from the universe we live in, to the pair of glasses we sometimes need to see it properly. I invite you to experience it with me, on a journey to push the limits, to overcome obstacles, and to re-define the boundaries. – Todd Perkins

 

If it isn’t readily apparent from the content on this site, CAD/CAM is the specialty of Todd Perkins Design.  It is the paintbrush,  the canvas, the medium, that we most commonly choose to indulge in the design process.  We can provide design products in a variety of mediums, but CAD/CAM is the avenue that allows us to fully exploit the potential of design.  Even our flagship in-house project, Scrape, is a product of our ability to translate raw creative design and advanced engineering thoughts and processes via CAD/CAM.

Over the coming months and years, we will dive further and further into this exciting world, ever seeking to push the limits, expand the horizons, and obliterate the perceived boundaries, of what is possible.

We invite you to buckle up and ride along as we gear up in technology, talent, and collaborative partners; and begin using our digital pry bars to crack open the gates to incredible tangible opportunities.

As always, you can follow some of our CAD/CAM insanity come-to-life on the Scrape Build Pics page

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