I want prototypes before committing to production tooling
Producing a prototype allows the designer and project engineers to review the component design, using best practice techniques such as Design for Manufacture (DFM), Design for Assembly (DFA), and provides the opportunity to carry out tests for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA).
This diligence gives businesses the information they need to progress with a project confident in the knowledge that the components are all fit for purpose and that investment will see a fully functional, market ready product.
MRT Castings are a full service casting and finishing specialist with over 70 years of experience. Our engineering team enjoy working with customers to develop their component concepts into cast or machined component designs ready for production.
We offer a full range of prototyping options, from simple nylon 3D prints right through to sand cast or machined from solid full-function samples, ready for testing, before you commit to diecasting tooling.
I WANT TO DISCUSS... PROTOTYPES BEFORE COMMITTING TO PRODUCTION TOOLING
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HOW can MRT Castings help you?
- a complete solution
- to develop a new component from initial concept
- advice on what processes are best suited to my component
- prototypes before committing to production tooling
- to re-shore production to the UK from overseas
- a new supplier to use existing tooling
- to convert a machined from solid part to a casting
- a supplier who can meet stringent quality requirements
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