Our prototypes are made with 3D printing technology and a CNC milling machine which we use to cut sheet metal that needs to be bent in the later phases. Each prototype requires a unique set of operations, which is why we use various two-component potting resins, polyurethane foams, silicone materials etc. in addition to materials used in 3D printing and with CNC milling. Standard development tools, such as Arduino or Raspberry Pi, together with other suitable components, are used for products containing electronic components. The development phase includes the production of a number of prototypes. The first phases usually see the creation of “rough”, temporary prototypes or their components, which are made with 3D printing technology employing cheaper materials. Once the product is ready in terms of its form, ergonomics, safety, and functionality, we use final materials which are suitable for their specific application. The last phase entails the creation of complex products which are precisely engineered with the use of 3D printing, CNC-, and SLA technology. Such products are then ready for you to test them and review their adequacy. This way you can avoid the costs that may arise due to subsequent corrections of production tools. Click on the Use cases link to see a few examples.