The Prototyper, Inc. Offers Multiple Options for Mechanical and Design Engineers Who Need to Develop Plastic and Metal Prototype Projects

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The Prototyper helps mechanical and design engineers reduce both product development time and RD costs by offering the most extensive options available for the development of plastic and metal prototypes.

OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) are always scrambling to figure out the best way to develop production-quality prototype programs or low-volume prototype parts.

They seek the newest and fastest methods available for the development of metal or plastic prototype projects. But they also want to ensure the design is correct prior to investing in expensive production tooling.

This is where The Prototyper comes in. We understand time-to-market is critical and that the development of new prototype products is costly. We take these factors into account by educating your engineering department on the many different rapid prototyping methods available. Then we take it a step further - by offering one of the largest breadth-of-lines in the market to help develop functional prototypes. Regardless of the volumes, The Prototyper always offers multiple options.

These options for rapid prototypes include SLA, SLS, FDM, RTV Tooling and Urethane Parts, as well as Fiber and Amber Tools. When it comes to metals, we offer iron, steel, aluminum, zinc, magnesium and stampings. On our plastics side, we have options for cast and cut tools for injection molding, vacuum forming, rotational molding, blow molding and fiberglass. Our services also include design and reverse engineering.

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.

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Or call Dave Persons (651) 450-8272


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