Vacuum Casting is a technique used for the production of small number of functional plastic parts. Using two-component polyurethanes and silicone molds, Vacuum Casting is known for its fast production of high-quality prototypes or end-use products.
Vacuum casting is a highly versatile technology capable of producing parts in a range of polyurethane (PU) resins and cast nylon, create, replicate and replace engineering polymers for prototypes and end use parts.
Silicone molding can produce high-quality parts which can be compared to injection-molded components. This makes vacuum casted models especially suitable for fit and function testing, marketing purposes or a series of final parts in limited quantities. Vacuum Casting also lends itself well to a variety of finishing degrees.
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Prototyping / 3D Printing
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3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. In an additive process an object is created by laying down multiple layers of material until the object is created. Each of these layers can be seen as a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the eventual object.
3D printing is the opposite of subtractive manufacturing which is cutting out / hollowing out a piece of metal or plastic with for instance a milling machine. 3D printing enables you to produce complex shapes using less material than traditional manufacturing methods.
While there are numerous technologies which can be used to 3D print an object, the majority of 3D printers one will find within a home or an office setting are based on the FDM or SLA processes, as these technologies are currently cheaper and easier to implement within a machine.
High Volume Production
mass production for mass consumption
High-volume manufacturing is the same as mass production: fabricating large quantities of goods in short periods of time. Goods that are produced in high volume often have little or no variation. We use a variety of different processes to achieve high levels of output. One of the processes used is Injection Molding. Injection molding is the most commonly used manufacturing process for the fabrication of plastic parts.
A wide variety of products are manufactured using injection molding, which vary greatly in their size, complexity, and application. The injection molding process requires the use of an injection molding machine, raw plastic material, and a mold. The plastic is melted in the injection molding machine and then injected into the mold, where it cools and solidifies into the final part.
The process of plastic injection molding is rapid, meant to produce high quantities of the same plastic product in a short time range. Nowadays, the materials used are for instance thermoplastic, thermoset, elastomer, and/or metal(s). High-performance plastics that can withstand high temperatures are replacing the metals that are traditionally used in plastic manufacturing.
Functional & Finished Products
Post-processing is an essential step of manufacturing. It’s the last step in the manufacturing process, where parts receive finishing touches such as smoothing and painting. Post-processing greatly improves the quality of parts and ensures that they meet the right design specifications.
The finishing process can enhance a part’s surface characteristics, geometric accuracy, aesthetics, mechanical properties, and more. For production parts, finishing creates a part that is ready to use. This includes actions to improve the aesthetics or function of the part.
Most commonly, secondary post process includes sanding, filling, priming and painting. However, it can also include machining or plating, for example. Post-processing operations may be manual, semi-automated or automated, and they can be either serial or batch processes.
Packaging – Extension of the product
Packaging – Extension of the product
Even after a product is developed and branded, it is important to adopt strategies for other product-related aspects of the marketing mix.
One such product feature — and a strategic one for some products is packaging, which consists of all the activities of designing and producing the container or wrapper for a product.
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