Quality Rapid Prototyping

All your prototyping requirements
can be met by us.

  • 3D Printing | Sheet Metal | Prototype Extrusions
  • Flexible lead time options Deliver as fast as 1 days
  • Tolerances down to ±0.0002’’ (0.005 mm)
  • ISO 9001:2015 Certified Factory

Rapid Prototyping

What is Rapid Prototyping?

In the United States, rapid prototyping is widely used for product development. This method is used to create product models and manufacture custom parts by using rapid manufacturing techniques. Rapid CNC machining is the most popular and precise method of rapid prototyping. Rapid sheet metal fabrication, 3D printing (SLS prototype or SLA prototype), and rapid sheet metal machining are also methods.

You can test if your product is marketable by creating prototypes and making the necessary design changes. After the prototype is tested and validated you can move on to the production stage. Your product can be used for various industries, such as Automotive Aerospace and Defense Robotics and more.

Why Choose Us for
Rapid Prototyping Services?

Our rapid prototyping service offers a combination of experience, speed, and cost-effectiveness. It also includes customization, quality assurance, collaboration, and confidentiality. By choosing us, you can be sure that you will have a partner you can trust to help you realize your ideas efficiently and effectively.


Expertise and Experience

We have many years of experience and expertise in rapid prototyping. Our team is made up of highly-skilled professionals that are committed to producing high-quality prototypes.

Efficiency and Speed

We know the importance of product development. Our rapid prototyping service can help you quickly turn your ideas into prototypes. This will reduce the time required to bring your idea to life.

Cost-Effective Solutions

We provide cost-effective solutions to help you save time and money. Our rapid prototyping service allows you to avoid costly mistakes and makes necessary design iterations earlier in the process. This will result in significant savings over time


Our rapid prototype services are highly customizable to meet your requirements. We can customize our services for your specific needs, whether you require a prototype to evaluate aesthetics, test functionality, or both

Quality Assurance

We are committed to effective communication and collaboration with our customers. We maintain an open line of communication throughout the prototyping phase, to ensure that your ideas and feedback are incorporated in the final product.

Communication and Collaboration

We are committed to effective communication and collaboration with our customers. We maintain an open line of communication throughout the prototyping phase, to ensure that your ideas and feedback are incorporated in the final product.


We are aware of the importance of protecting your intellectual property. We take strict measures to protect your ideas and designs.
Our Working Process

Submit Request

Upload your 3D file or any design work.

DFM & Quotation

We usually get back to you within 24 hours.

Casting & Machining

Once receiving the deposit, we start working on the project.


Packaged, labeled, and shipped to your door right on time.
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Tolerance For Rapid Prototyping

The tolerance standards for rapid prototypes can differ depending on the needs and requirements of the prototyping process and the prototype. Tolerance standards for rapid prototypes tend to be looser than mass production tolerance standards since prototypes are more often used for testing, evaluation, and final production than they are for mass production.

Tolerance is an important consideration when designing prototyping and it's crucial to communicate clearly the tolerance requirements to the rapid prototype to ensure the prototype will meet the required specifications. Tolerance can be affected by the complexity of a part, the type of material used, and even the production method.

Rapid Prototyping Materials


Aluminum alloys have a high strength-to-weight ratios, high electrical and thermal conductivity, low density, and natural resistance to corrosion. They can be anodized using a variety of techniques.
Stainless steel
The stainless steel alloys are characterized by their excellent strength, ductility, corrosion and wear resistance. They can be easily joined and machined as well as polished.
Alloy Steel
Alloy steels incorporate additional alloying elements aside from carbon, leading to enhanced qualities such as increased hardness, toughness, fatigue resistance, and wear resistance.
Brass displays outstanding easiness to machine, favorable ratio of strength to weight, resistance to corrosion, and proficient conduction of electricity and heat.
Copper, a remarkably malleable metal, finds utility in various applications determined by its mechanical characteristics. It exhibits commendable durability, hardness, exceptional thermal and heat conduction abilities, and corrosion resistance. As a result, it has become a highly sought-after material highly regarded for both its practical functionality and its aesthetic appeal. Furthermore, copper possesses the versatility to be alloyed, thereby enhancing its mechanical attributes.
Titanium possesses a variety of material characteristics that designate it as the optimal metal for challenging applications. These traits encompass exceptional resilience against corrosion, chemicals, and extreme temperatures, as well as an exceptional ratio of strength to weight.


ABS, a frequently used thermoplastic, displays favorable mechanical characteristics, outstanding impact resilience, reliable heat tolerance, and commendable machinability.
PE is characterized by its remarkable impact resistance, exceptional ductility, and minimal friction, which render it an ideal choice for fabricating wear-resistant parts using machining techniques.
PA (Nylon)
Nylon is also known as Polyamide (PA) and is a synthetic material that is known for being strong, durable, and resistant to abrasion. It is a versatile engineering plastic that is used for a wide range of machining purposes due to its excellent properties.
PMMA provides remarkable light transmission, impressive mechanical strength, and impeccable machinability, making it a perfect material for optical and aesthetic applications. PMMA exhibits exceptional light transmission, superior strength, and excellent machinability, making it an ideal choice for optical and aesthetic purposes.
HDPE exhibits outstanding resilience to impact, remarkable strength, and impressive machinability, making it well-suited for the production of resilient and sturdy machine components.
PC (Polycarbonate)
PC, a thermoplastic material, possesses remarkable resilience, exceptional resistance to impacts, and ease of machining. Additionally, it has the capability to exhibit optical transparency.
With exceptional fatigue resistance, excellent chemical resistance, and impressive elasticity, PP is perfectly suited for fabricating machined parts that are lightweight and flexible.
Among plastics, PVC stands as the third most widely employed, boasting well-balanced mechanical characteristics, outstanding resistance to chemicals and weather conditions, and notable toughness.
PEEK is characterized by its impressive strength, outstanding ability to withstand high temperatures, and excellent machinability — making it an ideal choice for various high-performance applications. PEEK offers exceptional strength, remarkable thermal resistance, and superior machinability, making it perfectly suited for demanding high-performance uses.
POM (Delrin/Acetal)
Precision parts that seek elevated rigidity, minimal friction, and outstanding dimensional stability benefit from the usage of POM, an engineering thermoplastic.

Rapid Prototyping Surface Treatment

Name Description Materials Color Texture
As-machined Our standard finish for parts is called "as machined" finish. This type of finish has a surface roughness of Ra 3.2 μm (126 μim), and all sharp edges are removed and parts are deburred. You may notice visible tool marks on the surface. Please note that this finish meets the requirements specified for non-cosmetic availability. All materials N/A Stain
Anodizing Anodizing increases corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and hardness while maintaining the surface of the metal. Aluminum Gold, blue, clear, black, red, grey Matte smooth finish
Bead Blasting The surface of the parts or product is left with a matte finish. It is mainly used for aesthetic purposes. Steel, Stainless steel, Aluminum, ABS N/A Matte
Brushing In this surface-treatment technique, rough belts are utilized to leave marks on a material's surface. This is typically done for aesthetic reasons. Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Copper N/A Satin
Electroplating This includes decorative and functional options. Electroplating is another example, as it is a way to manipulate properties using electrical tools. Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum Black, Grey, Clear, Gold, Blue, Red Glossy, smooth finish
Polishing Polishing is the process of giving an object a shiny, smooth surface by rubbing it or using chemicals. Steel, Brass, Stainless Steel, Aluminum N/A Glossy
Powder Coating Powder coatings use a free-flowing, dry powder. Electrostatically applied powder coatings are then hardened with heat or UV. Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum Black, Pantone number, or RAL code Semi-glossy or glossy
Painting Die castings can be painted with various coatings for specific color, texture or protective properties. Paint finishes range from basic painting to more advanced techniques such as electrostatic painting or dipping. Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel Black, any RAL code or Pantone number Semi-glossy or glossy
Chrome Plating Chrome plating is the process of depositing a thin layer of chromium on the surface of die castings by electroplating. This process produces a shiny reflective finish and offers excellent corrosion resistance. Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum Black, Grey, Clear, Gold, Blue, Red Semi-glossy or glossy
Custom You can choose from different custom finishes depending on your materials and end-use. All materials N/A N/A
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1Which industries benefit from rapid prototyping?
Rapid prototyping is used in various industries including automotive, aerospace, healthcare, consumer electronics, construction and more. It is especially beneficial for industries that require frequent design changes, complex geometries, and custom or one-off products.
2Are there any limitations for rapid prototyping?
While rapid prototyping has many advantages, it also has limitations. These can include limited material options, lower precision and surface finish compared to traditional manufacturing methods, and the need for post-processing or secondary processing to achieve the required specifications.
3How much does rapid prototyping cost?
The cost of rapid prototyping depends on factors such as the size and complexity of the design, the technology chosen and the materials required. Simple prototypes are relatively inexpensive, while more complex designs or the use of expensive materials can increase costs.
4Can rapid prototyping replace traditional manufacturing processes?
Rapid prototyping cannot completely replace traditional manufacturing processes, as each process has its advantages and disadvantages. Traditional manufacturing methods, such as molding and casting, remain essential for mass production. However, rapid prototyping has revolutionized the product development phase, enabling faster and more efficient design iterations.
5Can rapid prototyping be used for mass production?
While rapid prototyping is primarily used for iterative design and proof of concept, certain techniques, such as injection molding, can be scaled up for mass production. However, the materials and manufacturing processes used in rapid prototyping may not always be suitable for mass production, and additional steps may be required to ensure that prototypes can be efficiently mass-manufactured.