Rapid Prototyping services
Market entry testing with rapid prototyping services
Our rapid prototyping services provide clients with high-quality product and machine prototypes. We use a variety of techniques and materials tailored to your needs. With our expertise, you can ensure efficient and precise prototyping.
Why Choose Prototool
Here are some core values of the rapid prototyping that you’ll have in our service.
Our Working Process
Here is the typical working order to expect when you hire us for our die casting services:
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Machining Method For Rapid Prototyping
We mainly use two methods frequently according to the requirements of our products.
CNC MACHING RP
It offers fast processing speeds, low costs, and high processing accuracy. With a wide range of material selection, they can ensure consistency between the material of the hand-made model and the material of the mass-produced parts.
VACUUM CASTING PROTOTYPE
It uses liquid PU as its material, which offers characteristics similar to ABS, PC, and other plastics. This process is ideal for small quantities of about 10-100 sets of plastic products and is cost-effective with a shorter production cycle.
Rapid Prototyping in a Variety of Materials
Once exporting your rapid prototypes, it is necessary to seek a reputable fast prototyping company that can manage a variety of materials and be able to preserve the entire immediate prototyping project in one area. In this regard, we are an excellent choice. We can create prototype parts out of plastics, metals, and ceramics.
We offer a wide range of plastic materials for rapid prototyping, including ABS, PC, PMMA, PA, POM, PP, and more. Our team has extensive experience in selecting the right material for each project, ensuring the best performance and cost-effectiveness for your prototypes.
We offer a variety of metal materials for rapid prototyping, including aluminum, stainless steel, brass, copper, and more. Each metal material has its own unique properties, such as strength, ductility, and thermal conductivity, allowing us to create parts with different functional requirements.
Tolerance for Our Rapid Prototyping
Straightness: Tolerance levels can range from 0.05 mm to 0.5 mm, depending on the length of the feature and the technology used.
Flatness: Tolerance levels can range from 0.05 mm to 0.5 mm, depending on the size of the feature and the technology used.
Roundness: Tolerance levels can range from 0.05 mm to 0.5 mm, depending on the diameter of the feature and the technology used.
Cylindricity: Tolerance levels can range from 0.05 mm to 0.5 mm, depending on the diameter and length of the feature and the technology used.
Applications of Rapid Prototyping
Prototype Engine Parts
Rapid Prototyping Services FAQs
information about RAPID PROTOTYPING Services for Your projects
How quickly can I receive a prototype using your rapid prototyping services?
Our quick-turn prototyping typically delivers parts within a few days, depending on the complexity and the chosen method. 3D printing can often produce parts within 24-48 hours, while CNC machining might take a few additional days.
What information do you need to provide a quote for fast prototyping?
For a quote on accelerated prototype creation, please provide detailed 3D CAD files, material specifications, and any specific finishing requirements. The more detailed your information, the more accurate our quote will be.
Can you produce functional prototypes that mimic final product materials?
Yes, with our advanced prototyping techniques, we can create functional prototypes using materials that closely resemble those in the final product, especially in CNC machining.
What is the maximum size you can handle for prototype fabrication?
The maximum size for prototype fabrication depends on the chosen method. For 3D printing, it’s limited by the printer size, while CNC machining can accommodate larger sizes. Please provide specific dimensions for a precise answer.
Are your rapid prototyping services suitable for complex geometries?
Absolutely. Our express prototyping, particularly 3D printing, excels at producing complex geometries that might be challenging or impossible to achieve with traditional manufacturing.
Can I make design changes after seeing the initial prototype?
Yes, one of the benefits of our quick prototyping services is the ability to make design changes after reviewing the initial prototype. We can rapidly iterate to refine the design.
How does the cost of rapid prototyping compare to traditional manufacturing?
Rapid prototyping can be more cost-effective for small quantities as it eliminates the need for expensive tooling and setup costs associated with traditional manufacturing.
Can rapid prototyping be used for stress and load testing?
Yes, we can produce prototypes using materials that are suitable for stress and load testing, especially with CNC machining, which can use a wide range of durable materials.
What is the level of detail that can be achieved with your prototyping methods?
Our advanced prototyping methods, especially high-resolution 3D printing, can achieve fine details and complex features, suitable for intricate designs and applications.
What file formats are required for CNC and 3D printing prototyping?
We commonly accept CAD file formats such as STL, STEP, and IGES for both CNC and 3D printing prototyping.
How do you determine the best prototyping method for my project?
We evaluate factors such as the complexity of the design, material requirements, desired finish, and intended use of the prototype to recommend the best method, be it CNC machining, 3D printing, or a combination.
Can you scale up from prototyping to full production?
Yes, we can assist in scaling up from prototype to full production. We provide insights and support in transitioning your project for mass manufacturing.