Spending years in China, I have learned how to go from idea to concept to design to manufacturing to distribution to shelf!
Need help with CAD drawings? Rapid prototyping? Get samples quick, utilize my knowledge base and contacts overseas to build a beautiful new product and get investors, trademarks, patents, USA or in China. You name it, I have been through it.
With my company Shadstone Sourcing, if you have the next big idea, but unsure of how to make it a reality? From the concept to design to manufacturing, Shadstone Sourcing will assist you with the entire process! Please be prepared with prototypes, CAD drawings, as well as a solid marketing plan. We can aid in the construction of these pieces, but be aware these processes must be completed BEFORE sourcing and pricing can be researched.
My main project I have done within the Shadstone company is the Electrapour. Others are OEM and I have NDA so I cannot discuss on this site.
The Electrapour is an exciting new pour spout like no other. The Electrapour is the first LED pour spout that lights up when you pour, illuminating the liquor stream. This is much different from other pour spouts that simply flash when poured…the Electrapour Illuminates and imparts its LED glow on the liquor itself.
The Electrapour is very different from the annoying flashing LED pour spouts that seem like a good idea at first, but end up annoying your clients and eventually giving your bartenders seizures. The Electrapour’s bright, vivid LED light illuminates only from when the liquor hits the pour spout until the bottle is righted. The Electrapour is much more subtle, at home in a swanky lounge as it would be in a busy nightclub.
Designed and engineered by bar industry professionals, we havent overlooked what makes a pour spout a pour spout. After all, what good is a fancy pour spout if its an annoyance to work with night in and night out. With a smooth pour similar in speed and control of standard 285-50 pour spout, the Electrapour has the look and feel you are used to and takes no “getting used to” behind the bar. All the tips may be distracting, but the pour is the same.