Low Volume Manufacturing

What is Low Volume Manufacturing?

Low Volume Manufacturing or Pre-Mass Production is a fast manufacturing technique for low quantity production before the actual serial production begins. The manufactured objects are either printed with the finally desired, or with equivalent printing material.

Afterwards, the printed objects can be used for tests to eliminate possible weak points before large investments.

Rapid Manufacturing is a perfect choice for low quantity (100 to 1,000 units) production. Among these methods are Urethane Casting, RIM, or Aluminum Molding.

Low Volume Manufacturing

How to Process Low-Volume Manufacturing?

Our experienced engineers are familiar with all processes. Let us know about the details of your production, and we will recommend you the best suitable production method based on the object’s attributes.

Low Volume or Rapid Manufacturing is a method that serves all industries that manufacture plastic parts with injection techniques. It can help to minimize the molding time to produce your products faster, fulfil pre-mass production with real material, or produce end products at low quantities. Compared to conventional methods, molding costs are much lower.

We offer customized solutions to help your business grow and achieve its goals.

We not only care about your business but also your dreams. That’s why we do our best to work together and turn your ideas into reality.

Advantages of Low Volume Manufacturing Applications

  • Low Volume Manufacturing can save time and money.
  • Experience projects on a physical level very early.
  • Communicate projects effectively, because it helps clients and partners to visualise.
  • Minimises first investments for one-time production.
  • Marketing can start before mass production.

Important Factors using Low Volume Manufacturing

  • In case of low production quantity, costs per unit might be higher than using conventional methods.
  • Some applications cannot be realized with the original material.
  • Low-Volume Manufacturing might reveal many hidden problems before the production starts.
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