The Prototyper, Inc. Introduces Two New Long-Life Prototype Tool Methods for Producing Prototype Urethane Parts

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The Prototyper, a leading product development company specializing in metal and plastic parts, today unveiled two unique rapid prototyping methods that add longevity to tooling for producing rapid prototype urethane cast parts.

The first proprietary method - “Amber Tooling” - utilizes a special long-life material. This extends the life of the tool, enabling it to produce hundreds of RP parts.

Also new, and with an even longer tool life, is our “Fiber Tooling.” This method involves a fiberglass-type material that allows the tool to produce thousands of polyurethane castings.

Two major benefits of our new rapid prototyping methods: significant cost-savings by avoiding building multiple tools for additional parts and reduction in lead time between re-tooling,

These two new methods are perfect for the medical industry, consumer goods manufacturers, the automotive industry, telecommunications companies, the military and other OEM’s. Any companies that need numerous prototype parts for testing of form, fitness and function will find these two new tool methods invaluable. Engineers will no longer be forced to purchase multiple silicone (RTV) tools of limited life expectancy just to get the job done.

The Prototyper is a product development company that provides options for the development of metal, plastic and rapid prototype projects. The company does everything from low volume to production parts for OEM’s.

At The Prototyper we don't sell companies on a technology and make it fit their project. Rather, we present multiple options for the development of projects and help our customers select the one that best fits their needs based on budget, lead-time, material, tolerance and volume of parts.

For more information about The Prototyper, check our web site at http://www.theprototyper.com. or call David Persons at (651) 450-8272.

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