DIVISION

Prototypes

EFFICIENCY AT LOW COST

Through different technologies, we can produce the first piece in record time, or make a low-cost pre series to validate design, allow for further testing and check market acceptance. Whether your idea is plastic or metal based, we have the necessary know how to turn it into reality.

3D-PRINTING, SINTERING, CASTING & MACHINING PARTS

Our experience in prototyping ensures cost optimization while component design and tool configuration under control, thus minimizing project´s risks. This allows us to get the first sample in record time, whether is through thermoplastics sintered or master models and resin moulds. Plastic materials: plastic, steel and resins. Accuracy of less than 1 tenth. Functional pieces of up to 1,000 x 1,000 x 800mm. Aesthetic piece of 5000 x 1000 x 8.00mm.

ALUMINIUM PROTOTYPE MOULD

The most advanced technologies are used in the manufacturing process of fast aluminum moulds, such as high speed machining and CNC electroerosion charged with with multiple electrodes. The advantage of prototyping with aluminum mould is the ability to obtain more parts in the final material, which enables the parts to be put through the same stress, strain and fatigue conditions they will encounter in real life.

ZAMAK PROTOTYPE MOULD

Zamak or kirksite is an alloy of Zn and Al with properties very similar to aluminum, which is why is used only for prototype moulds. Excellent precision and longer life span of the mould is achieved with Zamak, also allowing a variety of surface finishing such as paint, galvanic coatings, etc. A 50% decrease in time to market can be achieved with this technology.

ZAMAK SHEET METAL STAMPING MOULD

The most advanced technologies are used in the manufacturing process of fast aluminum moulds, such as high speed machining and CNC electroerosion charged with with multiple electrodes. The advantage of prototyping with aluminum mould is the ability to obtain more parts in the final material, which enables the parts to be put through the same stress, strain and fatigue conditions they will encounter in real life.

FOUNDRY

We can produce alloy parts in brass or aluminum through gravity  foundry, being able to produce compacted sand moulds through vibrational systems on our own. Furnaces and casting system allows us to produce parts up to a maximum weight of 400 kg. in aluminum, and up to 500 kg in bronze. Cleaning by sand blasting or other high pressure abrasive method, provides the adequate finish, that can be machined as well.