Prototyping, Machining, Casting & More
CNC is a specialized machining technique created to transform a stock piece of material, such as a block of metal or plastic, into a finished product (typically a prototype) by way of a controlled removal process.
Silicone molds are most frequently used in the rapid prototyping process by casting urethane parts from silicone rubber. Silicone molds are popular for medical models and products.
Injection molding is a manufacturing process that produces parts by injecting heated material in liquid form into a mold. Injection molding is a process that works best for quick production, pilot runs, and rapid prototyping.
Stereolithography is one of several 3D printing methods used today. A stereolithograph apparatus (SLA) adapts liquid plastic into solid objects. SLA printing technology may be used for crafting models, prototypes, production parts, and more.
Urethane casting is an ideal solution for making molded parts on a short timeline. Urethane casting also works well for making detailed models, prototypes, props and industrial parts.
During compression molding, your materials are first placed in an open, heated mold cavity. The mold is then closed and pressure is applied; this in turn forces your material to conform to the shape of the mold.
Fused deposition modeling is an additive manufacturing (3D printing) technique widely used for modeling, rapid prototyping, and production. FDM technology is clean, easy to use, and extremely versatile.
Rotational Molding, also called rotomolding, is a manufacturing process used primarily for producing hollow singular parts. This process allows for consistent wall thickness.
With our sinker EDM machines, parts can be formed out of even the most rigid materials and formed into very complex shapes. Sinker EDM is used when parts need tight tolerances or when a tight corner radius is required.