Design for Manufacturing

Simplify, optimize, and refine the product design to minimize costs for bringing your product to market.

Design for Additive

Leverage the benefits of additive manufacturing into your product design process. Gain the freedom to create more complex, visually appealing, more efficient designs for your product idea.

Reverse Engineering

Define how an existing manufactured product is designed so that you can incorporate its design elements into your own product. The phrase “Don’t reinvent the wheel” has never been more important to product development than it is today.

Design for Machining

Apply subtractive emethods to produce high-volume output while achieving a quality finished end product. This process is most attractive to industries of large scale.

Design for Casting, Molding, and Forging

Produce complex, end-use engineered parts and custom prototypes. With short period between design cycles, you can reduce product development costs, reduce waste, and efficiently drive your product to market. Explore our broad range of material options.

Material Design

Select materials and design for the product in mind. Each product has specific requirements that can only be met through proper selection of materials. Becuase of the widenening range applications and their materials, product limitations are becoming endless.

Fixture Design

Does your design require stricter tolerances or surface finishes? You may benefit from building custom fixtures for the manufacturing process of your part. Fixtures that optimally secure, support, and locate a workpiece can minimize inefficiencies in the manufacturing process and ensure that you create more improved parts.


Take your abstract idea and convert it into a digital model, allowing you to visualize, explore, and make initial improvements to your design concept. The digital model can be exported for additional analysis, rapid prototyping, and manufacturing.

Quality Assurance

Measure, quantify, and create process controls in identifying the lifespan and integrity of manufactured goods.

Computational Analysis

Motion analysis and finite element analysis can be performed on any part,  simulating the behaviors that are possible and reducing validation cost.

Failure Analysis

Understand the impact of potential product failure. Prevent product malfunction, maximize product lifetime, and ultimately improve end-user’s satisfaction of your product. Conduct analyses that inform where, under what conditions, and at what time your product will fail. These include nondestructive testing, chemical analysis, fracture analysis, and reliability testing procedures.

Product Validation

Test high-fidelity prototypes for feasibility and usability that determine how ready your product is for the market. Through product validation, critical improvements can be made to your product saving you time and money.

Cost Analysis

Quantify your current cost to product launch. Cut development and manufacturing costs through material analysis, labor analysis, operations estimations, and bill of material explosion analysis.