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Rapid Prototyping

Do you have a brilliant product idea but don't know how to test it and make it work? Do you want to avoid wasting time and money on building something that nobody wants? Then you need rapid prototyping!

Rapid prototyping is a fast and easy way to create and test 3D models of your product or feature. You can use 3D printing or other cool technologies to make your prototypes look and feel real. You can also get feedback from your potential users and see if your product solves their problem. Rapid prototyping is the best way to turn your ideas into reality in no time. Try it today and see the difference!

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CNC Machining

cnc machining

CNC machining is a process that involves cutting, drilling, or shaping a material using a computer-controlled machine. The material is fixed in a clamp and then manipulated by the machine according to the instructions from a CAD file. This process has many benefits, such as creating parts that are strong, accurate, and consistent in various colors and shapes. It can also produce complex and intricate designs in a short time span. CNC machining is useful for testing and prototyping purposes, as well as for various industries, such as medical, aerospace, automotive, and so on. However, CNC machining also has some disadvantages, such as generating a lot of waste material and being more expensive than other methods, such as 3D printing.


2d/3d drawing

SLA, or stereolithography, is a type of additive manufacturing that uses a laser and a liquid resin to create parts. The laser traces the shape of the part on the surface of the resin, which hardens upon exposure to light. The process is repeated layer by layer until the part is complete. SLA is suitable for making models and complex designs with high accuracy and smooth surface finish. SLA is also relatively cost-effective compared to other methods. However, SLA has some limitations, such as producing fragile parts that may degrade over time due to humidity and UV light.

Vacuum Casting

vacuum casting

Vacuum casting is a rapid prototyping technique that uses a silicone mold and a polyurethane resin to produce a small number of parts. The resin is poured into the mold under vacuum pressure and then cured. The parts can have similar properties to real plastics, such as ABS, PC, PA, POM, PP, TPEs or TPR rubbers. Vacuum casting can make up to 25 parts per mold and is ideal for making 3D CAD models with fine details and complex shapes. Vacuum casting is also more cost-effective than other methods that require expensive tooling or materials.

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