Rapid Prototyping Technology

We hold the expertise in offering Rapid Prototyping for any type of product. With the help of a 3D prototype, you can view and test your product before beginning the manufacturing process. With our technology, you will save time and money in bringing your new product to the market.

FDM Prototype Services
Using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology, we digitally manufacture your prototype directly from an STL drawing file. Prototypes are made in ABS material, which has excellent strength and surface finish. With this process, your prototype will be as if it were injection molded.
SLS Prototype Services
The Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) process is preferred for complex parts and higher volume production. Using this process, models can be made with high accuracy and strength for dimensional and functional testing.
SLA Prototype Services
Stereolithography (SLA) is the oldest rapid prototyping method, and it is a mature, highly-precise and economical technology for creating design and function models. Stereolithography is the best method especially for small to medium-size prototypes requiring a high degree of precision and detail. Excellent surface finish and paintability is possible in this process. The models produced can also be used as a master for the silicon molds used in vacuum casting.
3D Printing
3D Printing (3DP) is a rapidly developing technology widely appreciated as a fast, cost-effective method for prototyping. Using this technology, models can be printed in multiple colors in much less time than is required for other rapid prototyping processes. Though the precision and surface finish is not as fine as other methods, the short production time and low cost make it a favorite for presentation models, architectual designs, and educational tools.
CNC Machining
Using CNC Machining, highly precise models can be manufactured from acrylic, ABS, MDF, aluminium, and many other materials. This method is preferred for where large parts and small batch quantities are required. Also, in this process, prototypes can be made in materials which are not available in the standard rapid prototyping methods.