Prototyper Offers New Option for Development of Rotational Molded Prototype Parts

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The Prototyper, a leading product development company specializing in metal and plastic parts, is now offering a new rapid prototype method that can develop rotational prototype urethane parts in as little as 3 weeks and costs about a quarter of conventional tooling methods. Up until now, standard rotational molded parts required the use of an expensive tool that took up to 18 weeks to build.

The Prototyper, a leading product development company specializing in metal and plastic parts, is now offering a new rapid prototype method - a rapid prototype method called Rotational Molded Prototypes (RMP) - that can develop rotational prototype urethane parts in as little as 3 weeks and costs about a quarter of conventional tooling methods. Up until now, standard rotational molded parts required the use of an expensive tool that took up to 18 weeks to build.

This unique method is geared toward producing low volume rotational prototype parts in a very short period of time - and at a fraction of the cost of production tooling. These parts are perfect for any mechanical or design engineers that need to test their design prior to going into production. They would also be ideal for a customer that has limited volume needs or cannot wait the long lead time for production tooling.

Our sturdy cast tool – capable of producing hundreds of parts - is filled with a fast-setting material. Then the tool is placed into a unique machine designed for prototype rotational molding. The prototype parts that result can now be used to test for form, fitness and, to a great extent, function.

At The Prototyper, we don't sell you on a prototyping technology and make it fit your project. We present multiple prototype tooling options for the development of plastic or metal parts. Then we help you select the one that best fits your needs based on your budget, lead-time, material, tolerance and volume of parts.

For more information, visit us at http://www.theprototyper.com
Or call Dave Persons (651) 450-8272

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Dave Persons
THE PROTOTYPER, INC.
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