Rochester Hills, Mich. (PRWEB) March 20, 2008
Auburn Engineering, Inc., leading provider of rapid prototyping and production services, announces introduction of the ClearSight™ prototype production process to simplify design, reduce manufacturing costs and streamline production.
With Auburn's ClearSight proprietary process, prototype parts are made from an advanced Urethane material offering unparallel durability and dimensional stability.
See-through models give manufacturing companies a cost effective means of confirming upfront engineering and virtual test analysis before making the significant financial investment typical production manufacturing processes require.
"Our manufacturing customers face daunting challenges in terms of quality mandates, design changes, and escalating production costs," notes Peter A. Evans, Auburn Engineering Vice President, Sales and Marketing. "The ClearSight solution streamlines physical product testing, letting manufacturers avoid costly refinements, delays in delivery, and quality issues."
Once performance is tested and confirmed using the ClearSight process, manufacturers can produce multiple copies from tooling, which also works to lower costs.
About Auburn Engineering
Auburn Engineering is a leading rapid prototyping and limited production company serving the product development community for nearly two decades. Auburn's team of experts provides on-time, cost effective low-volume production molding and assemblies to automotive, consumer appliance, office furniture, medical and a variety of product manufacturers. A division of Dynetics, Auburn Engineering is headquartered in its Rochester Hills, Michigan engineering and rapid prototyping facility, featuring one of the industries finest tooling facilities, and comprehensive stereo lithography and selective laser sintering capabilities. Services include rapid prototyping; urethane casting; composite tooling; blow molding; aluminum tooling; injection molding; vacuum forming; metal casting; high speed CNC machining; reverse engineering; and CMM inspection. http://www.auburn.com