Prototype Making

We produce prototypes by:

CNC Tooling & Machining Processes

  • CAD models from customers are carefully studied and split into smaller parts for machining if necessary.
  • CNC programs for each individual parts are then generated by CAM software and input into our CNC machines for precise machining.
  • Individual parts are re-assembled to the design specification.
  • Accuracy of prototypes are verified before delivery.

    Types of Data Accepted

  • 2D drawings
  • 2D CAD (DXF/DWG files)
  • 3D solid or surface CAD data (IGES, STEP, Parasolid etc.)
  • Materials Available

  • ABS
  • PC
  • POM / Derlin
  • PMMA / Acrylic
  • Aluminium, Copper
  • Others ( Chemical Wood, Glass-filled Nylon)
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    Vacuum Casting of Rubber (Silicon) Mould

    Vacuum Casting

    The master model (part to be replicated) is cast in silicon rubber to create a mould. Thereafter, polyurethane (PU) resin is injected into the mould inside a vacuum chamber to cast the duplicates.

    Vacuum Casting is also commonly referred to as making rubber mould. 

    The qualities of duplicates depend on quality of the master. Average number of duplicates from one mould is about 20 runs. This quantity is also subjected to factors like complexity of the part to be moulded and wear and tear of the rubber mould.

     

    Rapid Prototyping - Spray Painting - Sheet Metal

    We can provide prototype fabrication by rapid prototyping with SLA and SLS machines. After the prototypes are produced, we can add spray painting and silk printing onto the products to provide a real and aesthetic look. In addition, we can handle your request for sheet metal bending for your prototype prodution. If you have other requirements on your prototypes, please feel free to let us know - we strive to provide you with a one-stop solution for your prototyping needs.

     

    For quotations and enquiries, please CONTACT US.