Production run assistance, from manufacturing quotes to parts delivered.
Once the design process is complete and all the tests have been performed, the manufacturing of your product in high quantities can begin. In conventional manufacturing, there are many ways to make parts and assemblies in higher quantities and several factors will determine which technology is the right one for your project.
Early on in the Product Development Process, we’ll help you pick the best manufacturing technology that makes sense for your product design. When the design work is finishing up, we won't leave you there. We'll then guide you through the manufacturing process, helping select the best contract manufacturing company for your project, whether U.S. based or overseas, all the way through to finished parts delivered to your door.
We help select the best process and manufacturing partner for your project. We partner with companies, both in the U.S. and overseas, to build parts in a variety of ways to meet your project goals.
Here are just some of the common production and manufacturing technologies we use:
- CNC Machining (plastics or metals)
- Plastic Injection Molding
- Metal Injection Molding
- RIM – Reaction Injection Molding
- Rotational Molding
- RTV Molding
- Blow Molding
- Additive Manufacturing
- Sheet Metal
- Laser Cutting or Engraving
- Sand Casting
- Investment Casting (lost wax)
- Die Casting
- Metal Plating
- Part Finishing Options
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