Prototyping- how it's brought to form
Your product development has been rigorous, your engineering specifications fastidiously determined. Now it’s time to show others your new product. Before springing to production, you’ll probably need a prototype.
R2FACT Product Development helps choose prototyping methods depending on our customers’ objectives and budgets.
Traditional prototyping takes place in shops which fabricate or “cut away” metal, plastic, composite or wood to produce highly accurate and precise parts. Rapid prototyping digitally “sculpts” or “builds” with the use of laser-driven resin building machines.
For clients with smaller budgets, we sometimes recommend a Virtual Prototype. Electronically illustrated prototypes can be used in animations, video and printed materials to provide accurate visual representation of the product.
Whichever method you choose, R2FACT will help bring your product to life.
Proof of Concept