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A car takes how long to build?

A house takes how long to build?

How long does it take to develop a new product?

It depends, is the short answer.

This isn’t what you wanted to hear, of course. However, that’s the truth. There are many questions that follow: What kind of car are you interested in? What is your budget? How big is your house? And how much time do you have? What is the complexity of our new product? What is the starting point, or is it a modified version of an existing product?

The complexity of the part plays a huge role in the development of custom precision tools and plastic injection molded precision parts.

This process requires your dedication and time.

Standard parts are going to take between six and twelve weeks to manufacture, depending on how complex the project is. We work with partners who we know are committed to delivering the best product as part of our process of choosing projects and clients that are a “good fit”. The company is committed to investing the time and resources necessary to ensure the project is completed as efficiently as possible.

An overview of our overall engineering process will help you to understand how we develop tools and parts according to your specifications as well as fall within your tight tolerances. Communication is crucial from ideation to completion.

A good design is the key to success.

As a full-service, one-stop shop for precision tooling and parts, we also have expertise in process design and engineering. Our engineering skills can take your precision part from concept to reality, efficiently and accurately.

A combination of variables determines timing.

An important part of the process is identifying a partner who is open with you from the start, understands your desires and requirements. You should be wary of people who indicate, “We’re working on it.” without giving you a concrete answer as to next steps and timing.

Considering starting a new project or concerned about getting bogged down? We can help. Contact us today for a quote or to discuss your needs.