Process of Manufacturing
DESIGNING AND PROTOTYPE.
The design process begins with a hand-drawn sketch of the instrument, which is then translated into a physical prototype using handmade tools and techniques. The prototype is tested for functionality and usability.
MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY .
Skilled artisans use traditional handmade techniques to manufacture and assemble the prepared components. This can involve hammering, shaping, and filing to create the desired shape and texture.
MATERIAL SELECTION AND PREPRATION.
The appropriate materials are selected based on the intended use and environment of the instrument. The materials are then prepared by hand, which can involve cutting, shaping, and polishing.
PACKAGING QUALITY CONTROL AND .
Each instrument is inspected by hand to ensure that it meets the required quality standards. The instrument is then carefully packaged and labeled with appropriate instructions and warnings for protective storage and transportation.