Physical Prototyping

Physical prototypes will bring your product vision to life. Experience your product in physical form, not just in a digital format!

Test the function of you prototype in action and verify that it will work as designed.
Demonstrate the product to the client or end user for feedback before mass production.
With a physical prototype, you are able to demonstrate the complete product to investors.
Methods of Physical Product Prototyping

3D Printing

Physical prototypes of a digitally designed product can be created in a short period of time with 3D Printing technology.

3D Printing

Machining

Machining prototype printers create high-quality models that can be drilled, sanded, painted, and electroplated to mimic the look and feel of the final product.

Machining

Vacuum Casting

Vacuum casting is a prototyping technique typically used for the production of small series of functional plastic prototypes.

Vacuum Casting

Silicone Molding

Silicone molding produce urethane castings of the prototype for functional testing, product demonstration, and low-volume manufacturing.

Silicone Molding

Metal Anodizing

The metal anodizing process produces a thick and dense coating on the product to create metal prototypes.

Metal Anodizing

Financing

Along with our standard terms, we can tailor a custom finance solution to fit every budget. Learn more about our lease and loan options.

Financing