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SurfaceID is an industrial design and mechanical engineer consulting firm located in Montreal, QC, Canada. Over the past 12 years, we have acquired vast experiences spanning many industries. Medical, domestic appliances, sporting goods and LCD displays—we can really do it all.

The proximity of major U.S. cities in our surrounding area is also advantageous. Our New-York City, Long Island and Boston clients benefit a lot from doing business with Montreal!

We draw sketches, we build prototypes. We understand what it is to start with an idea and carry it all the way to product manufacturing. Have an idea for a new invention? Reach out! With strong focus on transparency, our Montreal industrial design team will gladly discuss any of your product development needs.


We develop products, all the way through.


Our State of the Art review will assure that your target market’s needs are met. Our focus is to improve your idea while helping to reduce the costs of your product.


By turning the 3D solution you choose into an adjustable and functional model, you’ll be able to analyse the quality of your product from every angle, even from the inside.


Our worldwide connections will find you the right manufacturer and importer to ensure the job is done right and done fast, and at the cheapest possible price.

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Industrial Design & Mechanical Engineering, one post at a time.

Mechanical Engineering at SurfaceID

While the CEO of SurfaceID's Montreal team is traditionally trained first and foremost in industrial design, the process of bringing a new invention from conception to manufacturing can't be done without going through a thorough and extensive mechanical engineering...

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Choosing the right type of seals

When it comes to choosing the right seal type for a product, there are a few critical questions that should first be answered to avoid malfunctions. Depending on the particular seal's application, an incorrectly chosen seal can result in poor performing products,...

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Prototyping with Vacuum Casting

This low budget method allows to very quickly produce many plastic replicas from the silicone mold of a master model. Generally used for prototyping, the possible use of different materials available for injection allows to precisely reproduce the shape, feel (and...

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Common Plastics in Industrial Design

Plastics come in all types. At SurfaceID, we use our experience in working with them to choose the best match for your project. Here are some of the most commonly used plastics. Polyolefin Includes Polypropylene (PP), Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) and High Density...

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How to choose a supplier in China?

As an American or Canadian entrepreneur, choosing a supplier overseas can be a difficult and daunting task. We’re several thousand miles away, primarily English-speaking and largely unfamiliar with Chinese law, business practices and culture. So how can we possibly be...

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Choosing a Manufacturing Process For a New Product

Before allocating any time and effort into creating your first 3D model for a new product, a manufacturing process should first be selected. This post outlines the many factors that should be considered when choosing the right process, such as costs, process capabilities, product aesthetics and more.

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5 Brainstorming Tips For a Productive Session

When carried out effectively, brainstorming fosters innovative thinking and builds team cohesiveness. At SurfaceID, our industrial design team brainstorms around the whiteboard every Friday. Here are five brainstorming techniques that have proven to be successful for our design team.

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