Prototypes that impress
Prototyping is the cornerstone of your invention. It turns your paper drawings into a real life object you can see, feel, and interact with. When you're up in front of stakeholders, you need a prototype that not only looks good but can prove your product works. We excel at putting show stopping prototypes into our client's hands that are sure to impress even the most doubting potential investor. It gives you the opportunity to gain feedback from potential customers and demo the final product. Additionally, prototypes offer an inexpensive an efficient way to test for design flaws, usability improvements, and proper function before manufacturing. This step in the product development process is essential if you want a functional design that people will rush to buy.
Prototyping done right
Throughout the course of your project, you may develop several prototypes using various prototyping methods. Depending on the desired outcome of the product as well as the complexity, your product may demand tiny variations or tweaks as design and development progresses. From a basic, quickly printed, alpha prototype using 3D printing methods, to a detailed, fully functional, production ready machined prototype, Synectic can easily and inexpensively replicate any design changes. When it comes to your project, we will work with you to choose a prototype development path that aligns with your budget and project goals.
Endless prototyping options
At Synectic we have wide range of prototyping services that we offer in house to keep your project on time and on budget. No matter how simple or complex your needs are, we've got you covered. There are seemingly endless ways in which to construct a prototype. CNC machining, rapid prototyping, and urethane casting are just some of the various methods we utilize. Best of all, most services are handled in house maximizing time, cost, and efficiency.
Learn about all our prototyping services below and see how our capabilities can address your specific problem.
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