Prototyping and R&D outsourcing services
Our support in your R&D projects.
Very often in new projects a key challenge is to find a partner not only for the future mass production but also for prototyping phase. As we are engineers who where in similar situation many times, we have decided to address this need.
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Your project needs a prototype?
If you are looking for a partner who would be able to meet your needs and would build a prototype device for you – we are here for you. We have a huge network of verified associates who are top-notch experts from industry and science. We get them involved to make your project happen under risk-controlled manner in the minimal time and highly competitive budget.
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Read Most FAQ about prototyping
Prototyping is the process of experimenting and implementing your idea by creating a physical product sample, from the design stage on paper or through virtual prototyping, to the final version, which is tested in practice by design teams. Such teams work closely together to build a prototype (construction and electronics prototyping) in such a way as to capture design concepts and test them at the final location.
Prototyping can differ in creation methods and techniques, this is often referred to as the fidelity scale (low, medium, high). Fidelity refers to the level of detail and functionality of the prototype. The higher the fidelity, the more complicated the creation process.
A prototype is a functional, but not final, version of a product born of the original concept that is used for compatibility testing prior to official large-scale production. It is the basis for refining and designing the final product. The prototype is used to determine if the design will function properly and to check if there is a need to make the necessary corrections, changes or improvements before the design is released for production and use.
Thanks to the prototype, it is possible to set the goals of the project at an early stage, reduce the time needed to manufacture the final product, and also reduce the risk of costly corrections later in the life of the product. A good design practice is to create an MVP (Minimum Viable Product). This may require up to a dozen design revisions before it comes to DFMA (Design for Manufacture and Assembly), which is a project ready for series production. At the beginning of prototyping, a simple experimental model of the proposed product is created, thanks to which you can check to what extent it fits a given machine and the expectations of its users.
The prototype model is a prototype developed in the initial phase with minimal requirements. This model is useful when all the detailed compatibility requirements are not known to the client before starting the project. It is also useful when the prototype to be developed is complex and a similar product to be modeled on does not exist on the market. After creating the basic prototype, the customer can test and inspect the prototype on their machine and decide what improvements will be required to keep the machine working properly. The prototype is then tested and modified based on the feedback received from the customer, until the final version with the desired functions is created.