Rapid Tooling

What is Rapid Tooling?

Rapid Tooling is a concept that is changing the manufacturing industry. For understanding, we have to keep in mind that injection molding is the status quo of producing plastic parts in high volume. For that, the mold tool for the production can be expensive and risky during development stage of your product. This issue can be solved by using SLS (selective laser sintering), a type of 3D printing. This process opens the possibility of producing the molding tool a lot faster and cheaper. Contacting our engineers can save you and your company a lot of money, because they create the mold tool a lot faster than with conventional production methods.

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How to process Rapid Prototype Tooling?

As you can see from our engineering overview, SLS is a way of 3D printing where a laser melts metal powder. The molten metal creates a 3-dimensional part. In Rapid Tooling, this part is used as the prototype for recreating this as plastic parts. Rapid Tooling can reduce the time required to produce a mold tool by cutting the prep work to the least. Consequently, this process can save you and your company a lot of precious time and money.


Rapid Tooling as a technology eases injection molding.

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Advantages of Low Volume Manufacturing Applications

  • Minimizing the costs per unit in injection molding techniques
  • Cutting the processing time to a minimum
  • Increasing flexibility during development stage of your product
  • Reducing prep work of the master model

Important Factors using Low Volume Manufacturing

  • Executing engineers might get confused by the complexity of the process
  • When engineers are focusing on an aspect of the process, they might distract themselves from doing a complete product analysis
  • Contact us to work with some of the most experienced engineers in the field
  • The tool making process stays to be a time-consuming step in the product development cycle
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