Making sure it'll work when it's not on screen anymore
To make anything well out of real, physical materials--and then combine them with lots of other real things, and then hope they can hold a person's weight, or that it will survive a fall, or not melt in the sun or fall apart in water--requires engineering experience you can only get by experience. Even the most simple objects have complex manufacturing thought behind them, and it is why many manufacturers or designers cannot take on certain jobs that we can. When you have a well engineered Manufacturing Model, you reduce the chance for error in every way.
We can take any 3D model or idea and adjust it to be manufacturable and enjoy the challenge. Designers should be free to design and push new and wild ideas out there. We will be there to make it actually possible when the time comes. This could mean adding specialized joinery, splitting a model into parts that are then reassembled, adding subframes that an exterior gets mounted to, or an endless assortment of solutions to make whatever you are thinking a reality.
special solutions for mounting anything to anything
no inaccessible bolts or weird angles during assembly
ikea-ize your ideas to ship or transport anywhere
prepare your design for production