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    Discussion in 'Prototyping & low-volume processes' started by jevnyprototype, May 30, 2014.

    1. jevnyprototype

      jevnyprototype Member

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      I had discuss with our engineers to what is the best way to low volume production?

      Most of our colleagues think the vacuum casting is the best way,how about your idea.welcome to your any comments.
       
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    3. Matt Coughlin

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      Low volume production of what? Depends on the product of course...could be 3D printing, machining, etc.
       
    4. Aprototype

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      There are an increasing number of platforms to get low volume order estimates. But if your question is about which process, it will depend on your design, material, and precision requirements, etc.

      You can also request free design for manufacturing consultations with different low volume suppliers. One example is www.aprototype.tech - you can request an estimate or a free consultation with your CAD and take it from there.
       
    5. FernandoGarza

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      Hi, can you elaborate on what kind of product you are trying to do?. Low productions of plastics can be done by creating solicon molds out of 3D printed parts, you can also make low productions of metal parts by various methods not only machining.

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