What is Prototyping?
Prototyping is used in the early development of mechanisms to prove or disprove concepts and compare performance.
Engineering models are created with low cost investment but are critical to develop designs and to test functionality. By focusing on creating something that works, appearance is of lesser concern and is held off until the design becomes more solidified. An engineering prototype provides confidence in the engineering foundation of your project quickly after brainstorming concepts.
Materials We Use
- Stainless Steel-304/304L, 316/316L 303, etc.
- Aluminum-6061, 7075, 5052, MIC-6, etc.
- Aluminum Bronze
- High Performance Metals-Nitronic Stainless, Custom 465 Stainless, Titanium, Nuclear Grade Stainless, etc.
- Plastics-Polycarbonate, Acrylic, Delrin, Peek, Polysulphone, Torlon, Ultem, Vespel, etc.