Our 4-step rapid prototyping process can save you time and money. More importantly, it’s a proven approach designed to get your product to market faster. That’s because our prototypes are not facsimiles made of sub-standard materials. These are fully functional parts and components, built with the robustness of a true production product and ready for rigorous application testing.
We specialize in the rapid prototyping of membrane switches, graphic overlays, and labels. Check with us to see what we can do for your design in our current schedule. And in a week or less, we can deliver as many labels or overlays that can be laid out on two 12×18 sheets of material. Both can be handled on very reasonable, single-lot charges. Please contact us for custom requests.
Turn Your Concept Into A Prototype
- In-House Design: Includes 3D modeling capabilities
- Digital Printing: On a variety of substrates and without added cost per color
- Laser Cutting and Auto-die Cutting: With the finishing precision you need – tolerances to within .005” – and eliminates the need for time- and cost-intensive tooling
- Custom Assembly: Provides a final prototype ready for production approval
Digital Printing Prototype Offers
Simple Samples: $150
If your primary goal to test surface materials then this is your pick. Receive two digitally printed press sheets of graphic overlays or labels. Optional choices are subsurface flood coat for opacity or label stock that already has adhesive. Both sheets are the same material. This does not include cutting.
Middle of the Road: $250
Looking for a little more in your sample? We’ve got you covered – with adhesive that is. This selection includes two digitally printed sheets of graphic overlays or labels with subsurface flood coat for opacity and full coverage adhesive. Both sheets are the same material. This does not include cutting or selective adhesive.
If you’re looking for complete construction samples then this is your pick. Receive two digitally printed press sheets, subsurface flood coat for opacity, full coverage adhesive and laser cut parts. Both sheets are the same material.
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