Functional Prototypes from Nuhill Technologies
They look like
They perform like
And they are made like
Nuhill uses a casting process to make its rapid prototypes. The result is more control over the color, finish and quality of the resulting part.
For you, it means the parts you receive look nearly identical to production items. You can use them to gauge the quality of your design. Display them at shows or pass them around at reviews. Feature them in
photo sessions. Use them as parts in a preproduction
run or to help you define your packaging.
Rigid or Flexible
Food and Medical Grades
Unlike overnight 3D printing, injection cast prototypes can be made to actually perform like production parts. You can use them not just to look at but to test out the validity of your design.
We can even injection cast the same mold with different materials, having a wide variety of characteristics, so you can try out a range
Injection Casting Process
Prototype Tooling Techniques
Nuhill's injection-casting processes are designed to mimic those of high-pressure, injection molding machines that use expensive metal molds. We use silicone rubber molds but we build them like production steel molds – with top and bottom halves, excellent indexing, drafts,
side pulls, and core pins.
The result? When you receive a rapid prototype from Nuhill, you'll have a much better idea of how it can be made on a production machine.
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