Prototyping/ Validation

Measure it twice because you can only tool it once

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Once engineering has satisfied the product criteria--the product must be tested. In general, this requires a physical prototype be built. The prototype may have mechanical parts that are created subtractively, that is via cutting processes like milling and turning. The parts could also be created additively, that is via a "rapid prototyping" process that selectively deposits material layer-by-layer or vector-by-vector. The prototype may also have other parts and assemblies, such as electronics, sensors, actuators and the like.

  • Study models through photogenic appearance prototypes
  • Proof-of-Concept and Technology Demonstrators
  • CNC generated Subtractive Rapid Prototypes
  • Additive Rapid Prototypes
  • RTV Molds and Casting
  • Dead-accurate CAD data for the most appropriate prototyping to fit the task at hand
  • Viral (electronic) Prototypes
  • Experience with all types of plastics, metals and composites
  • Metal cutting and forming
  • Electronic packaging
  • Integrated (working) prototypes, initial production
    • Remote Housing and Cradle CNC proto 350W.jpg
    • Electromechanical Prototype of Waterproof RF Remote 350W.jpg
    • Revo and Remotes 350W.jpg
    • Symbiant Speaker Monkey 350W.jpg
    • Sm RF Rmt and Charger from rear 350W.jpg
    • VM2 Part Probe 350W.jpg
    • MRAButtons1 350W.jpg
    • K7d HERO 350w.jpg
    • Signal Generator Front Panel CNC Machined 350W.jpg