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Product quality & Finish

There are several things to consider when searching for the right manufacturer or plastic parts.

  • Shape: Depending on the geometry of a design, production options may be limited or require significant Design for Manufacturability (DFM) optimization to produce them economically.
  • Volume/Costs: Some production processes have high upfront costs for machining and setup but produce parts that are not expensive per piece. In contrast, low-volume production processes have low startup costs, but due to slower cycle times, less automation, and manual labor, the costs per part remain constant or decrease only marginally as the volume increases.

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  • Lead time: Some processes can produce initial parts within 24 hours, while machining and setup for certain high-volume production processes may take months.
  • Material: The optimal material for a particular application is determined by a number of factors. Costs must be balanced against functional and aesthetic requirements. Consider the ideal properties for your specific application and contrast them with the available choices in a given production process.

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