Materials & Properties we work with

Plastic Parts

From 3D Printing to CNC Machining, Vacuum Casting to Injection Moulding, the process options for plastic parts are limitless. Transitioning from prototyping to production can be a challenge, and it may be worth considering the long term requirements (if you know them) first.

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Plastic Parts

Clear Parts

Many assemblies include clear component(s), the clarity required being dictated by the application. Whilst translucency may be sufficient to detect whether an LED is on or off, lenses, lightpipes and displays all require good optical characteristics.

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Clear Parts

Metal Parts

Metals offer a diverse range of properties and can be machined conventionally or additively (AM). When considering prototyping and production options it’s not just quantity, but size and geometry that will certainly influence the process choice.

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Metal Parts

Flexible Parts

Flexible parts are often referred to colloquially as ‘rubber’ parts. Whilst rubber forms a substantial proportion of them, there are also flexible polyurethanes and thermoplastic elastomers to consider.

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Flexible Parts