Low-Volume Manufacturing Services

Quick production and testing of prototypes with low volume manufacturing

Certifications: IATF16949:2016 | ISO9001:2015

With years of experience that puts us ahead of others in the market, we can offer low-volume manufacturing service including injection molding, CNC machining, aluminum extrusion, die casting, sheet metal fabrication, etc.; due to a diversely skilled team, we are one of the few organizations in this industry that is ahead of its competitors on the basis of the skillset of its staff.

Why Choose Us


With a highly proficient team of engineers and designers, we have years of accumulated experience that puts us ahead of the curve and close to your intrinsic requirements.

Economy Of Scale

Mass production may not be your requirement, which is why Low Volume Manufacturing is ideal for smaller orders of under 10,000-100,000 units, saving you precious resources like time & money.

Equilibrium in Production

We can help you keep the cost per unit low for smaller production, offering advantages like meeting targets and experimenting with prototypes; making us an ideal choice!

Rapid Response & Marketing

We can help you make it to the market fast, save time & money, minimize first-time investment, and increase presentational value for clients & investors alike.

Our Working Process

Here is the typical working order to expect when you hire us for our die casting services:

Submit Request

Submit your free quote request with a description and technical drawing of your product. In case of no technical drawing, no worries. We can reverse engineer.

DFM & Quotation

We usually get back to you within 48 hours.


Once you approve the quote and make the deposit, we start working on the initial work of tooling, creating the stamping die, preparing a CNC machine, and so on.


Packaged, labeled, and shipped to your door right on time

Need Low-Volume Manufacturing Services?

Request a free quote today and oue team of experts will help you every step of the way to ensure perfection and satisfaction.

What We Can Do

CNC Machining

Make the most of our advanced and highly precise CNC machining service offering 3, 4, and 5 axis Machining along with turning, milling, surface grinding, and EDM grinding.

Sheet Metal Fabrication

Whether you need low volume product runs or prototypes, we offer metal sheet fabrication services including cutting, bending, and punching standard and special gauge metal.

3D Printing

Use the power of technology to bring your concept to realization. Our designers will work with you to bring your idea to realization or you can submit files of your own for 3D printing from our latest and advanced 3D printing machines.

Die Casting

Using the metal of your choice, we will cast for you the parts you desire; now access the service previously only restricted for large-run manufacturing projects.

Plastic Injection Molding

Select from a wide range of colored or transparent plastics that will be molded to your desired shape in a short amount of time and at a market competitive price.

Aluminium Extrusion

Aluminium Extrusion of the most robust, reliable, and corrosion-resistant alloys profiled into your ideal shapes.

Material We Used


Stanless Steel

Flexible Plastics

Flexible polyurethane (FPU)
Polyethylene (PE)
Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
ABS polycarbonate (PC-ABS)
Low-density polyethylene (LDPE)
Polystyrene (PS)

Rigid Plastics

Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Polycarbonate (PC)
Polymethyl methacrylate (acrylic) (PMMA)
Polypropylene (PP)
Glass-filled, polyamide (PA-GF)
Acetal polyoxymethylene (POM)
Low-density polyethylene (LDPE)
Polyolefin Elastomer (POE)
Customer-supplied materials
Glass-filled polycarbonate (PC-GF)
Thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)
Custom-sourced Resins
Polystyrene + polyphenyl ethers (PS-PPE)
Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
Thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPV)
Polyphenylene sulfide (PPS)
High-density polyethylene (HDPE)
Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU)
Nylon 66 (PA66)

Other Materials

Sunthetic Rubbers

Thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)

Thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPV)

Silicone Rubbers

Liquid Silicone Rubber


Rubber-Like Plastics
Elastomeric polyurethane (EPU)

Material We Used


At Prototool we understand that some parts, whether they are prototypes or low-volume production can not have tolerance over a certain measurement which is why we make sure we work with a variety of tolerances depending upon the requirements of the client. We understand tight tolerances are not always a good thing, which is why we leave it out for our clients to decide on the degree of tolerance and on our part, we stick to it with as much precision as possible. 

Our minimum degree of precision is 0.01mm and the maximum can be as much as the client requires. Factors such as thermal expansion or contraction, along with vibration and wear & tear affect a part, so precision is strictly dependent upon the need of our customers and on our part, we make sure to keep the precision precisely to the degree our customer demands.


No matter the minimum order, we strive to deliver perfection. This includes ensuring the highly precise finishing of all final products. The problem with Low-Volume production is most of the service providers are reckless when it comes to making sure the final product has the desired finishing of the customer, this is why Prototool doesn’t compromise on the finishing of its products no matter the volume. For any amount of products, you will find our finishing to be exemplary.

Finishing for low volume manufacturing

Industry Applications

Low-Volume Manufacturing is ideal for startups that are experimenting with prototypes and want to develop their product further before sending it for the final run. Similarly, big organizations that are starting something new can first develop and refine a product before they settle on the final version. It offers them a margin for scalability, saves time and resources, along with preventing any sort of compromise on the quality before the product is sent for manufacturing. it is ideal for products with shorter product life styles as manufacturers can quickly respond to the changes and keep optimizing which gives them a competitive advantage. Increased production time is essential for all markets and industries. quicker turnaround time and low investment is making it a highly preferred and popular practice across all industries.

Low Volume Manufacturing FAQs

Questions about Low Volume Manufacturing Services that might be fundamental to your project requirements.

What makes Prototool's Low Volume Production services better than others?

To start off, we offer a variety of services, for all of which we have in-house capabilities. Whether that be vacuum casting, CNC machining, or plastic injection molding; our prototyping solutions are comprehensive and use nothing but the best materials available in the market. Plus, no minimum order value makes us stand apart from the competition.

What are Prototool's quality standards for Low Volume manufacturing?

Our state of the art Quality Assurance and rigorous Quality Control standards ensure we put our nothing but absolute perfection. starting from inspection of the raw materials to inspecting the production process on stringent criteria, and all the way to compliance with industrial standards, we ensure we are doing our best to surpass the expectation of our client/s.

What are your low-volume manufacturing methods?

Our small batch production methods include CNC machining, injection molding, 3D printing, and rapid prototyping. We select the most suitable method based on your project’s requirements, material, and complexity.

Is Prototool completing all the manufacturing in-house?

Yes, we handle all aspects of short-run production in-house, ensuring complete control over quality, timelines, and confidentiality throughout the manufacturing process.

Can you accommodate design changes during low-volume production?

Absolutely. One of the advantages of small-scale manufacturing is the flexibility to make design changes between batches, allowing for iterative improvements and customization.

What is the typical turnaround time for a low-volume manufacturing project?

Turnaround times for short-run production vary depending on the complexity and manufacturing method. Generally, we can complete projects faster than traditional large-scale production due to the reduced volume and efficient processes.

Are your low-volume manufacturing services cost-effective for startups or small businesses?

Yes, our small batch production services are particularly cost-effective for startups and small businesses, as they require lower upfront investment and allow for flexible production scaling.

Can you provide prototypes as part of your low-volume manufacturing process?

Yes, prototyping is an integral part of our small-scale production services, allowing you to test and refine your designs before committing to larger quantities.

How does low-volume manufacturing support product development?

Our limited-run production services are ideal for product development, offering the ability to test the market, gather feedback, and make necessary adjustments quickly and cost-effectively.

Do you offer finishing and assembly services in your small batch production?

Yes, we provide comprehensive finishing and assembly services as part of our low-volume manufacturing solutions, delivering ready-to-use products according to your specifications.

Can you integrate special features or customizations in low-volume production runs?

Yes, our small-scale manufacturing processes are flexible, allowing for the integration of special features and customizations to meet unique product requirements.

Is there a cost advantage to using low-volume manufacturing for market testing?

Definitely. Low-volume production minimizes the financial risk and investment compared to large-scale manufacturing, making it ideal for market testing and validation of new products.