Rapid Prototyping

Reduce design risk, lower manufacturing costs, and streamline engineering processes through rapid prototyping with Lenoch Engineering.

The rapid prototyping capabilities of Lenoch Engineering mean total peace of mind when investing in new or optimised componentry, as our expert engineers work closely with customers throughout design and manufacturing stages to ensure all project requirements are met.

Over the years, Lenoch Engineering has built our reputation on not only the quality of our work, but the speed of response and turn around. Rapid prototyping ensures we can produce viable critical componentry within agreed timescales, whilst ensuring our high quality parts are made for seamless integration into existing systems.

Lenoch Engineering’s continuous investments into the latest automated technology, including CAD and CMMs, enable our rapid prototyping abilities, followed by a complete manufacturing service to actualise products. We offer both 3D and 4D CAD models when undertaking design consultations.

All parts undergo rigorous site acceptance testing and factory acceptance testing to alleviate risks before installation - rapid prototyping streamline the testing process, ensuring final parts meet industry standards.

We further offer UK delivery as part of our nationwide service, typically delivering within 24 hours.

FAQs

What is rapid prototyping?

Rapid prototyping refers to the fabrication of a part using computer aided design, also known as CAD. CAD produces a 3D model of a part, which is then created using additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, once the design has been approved.

This is a quick way of producing a preliminary version of a part prior to the manufacturing of the final product version.

What are the advantages of rapid prototyping?

Some of the advantages to rapid prototyping include:

 

  • Reduce costs during product development and testing 
  • Testing opportunities for the viability of both the look and function of the product
  • Increase time-efficiency of product development due to identifying failures or problems early on