Rapid Prototyping Service

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China rapid prototyping service

We provide high-quality rapid prototyping services in China, which can provide you with more competitive prices and faster lead times.
Tik Precision has more than 50 sets of high-precision CNC equipment, Providing one-stop service from rapid prototyping to mass production.
Whether it is metal material or plastic material, whether it is prototype or mass production, We can meet your needs with our advance equiment in our factory.
We have the processing capability with the highest precision of 0.002mm, and can provide a complete inspection report, you can rest assured to give us the project.

What is rapid prototyping?

Rapid prototyping (RP) technology is an advanced manufacturing technology developed in the 1990s ,and it is a key technology for the development of new products for manufacturing enterprises.
It plays a positive role in promoting enterprise product innovation, shortening the development cycle of new products, and improving product competitiveness.
It integrates mechanical engineering, CAD, reverse engineering technology, layered manufacturing technology, numerical control technology, material science, and laser technology.
It can automatically, directly, quickly and precisely turn design ideas into functional prototypes or directly manufactured parts,
Thus, it provides an efficient and low-cost realization method for parts prototyping, verification of new design ideas, etc.

How does rapid prototyping work?

We divide rapid prototyping into three categories: additive manufacturing, subtractive manufacturing, and rapid mold manufacturing.

1.Additive manufacturing is a process based on digital model files using bondable materials such as powdered metals or plastics.The technology of manufacturing physical objects by layer-by-layer accumulation through extrusion, sintering, melting, light curing, spraying, etc., We also call it 3D printing.

2.Subtractive manufacturing is the removal of material using cutting tools until the required structure is obtained. CNC milling, turning, grinding, drilling and other methods are typical subtractive manufacturing methods.

3.Fast molds usually use materials with low hardness as the base, so compared with formal molds, they have advantages of shorter production cycle and lower production cost, but their cycling life is much lower than that of formal molds.It is a manufacturing method that is very suitable for small batches and multi-variety parts.

Why choose us?

Tik Precision has excellent rapid prototyping capabilities, which can greatly shorten the product development cycle and save development costs for you.
Whether it is metal material or plastic material, whether it is prototype or mass production, We can meet your needs with our advance equiment in our factory.
With one-on-one customer service from a professional sales and technical team,we can respond within 2 hours and always pays attention to every detail of your needs. We are committed to giving you a professional and convenient service experience.
Our excellent quality control makes your products more competitive in the market.

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Rapid prototypes in China

Tik precision offers a variety of rapid manufacturing in china processes that can be used to create prototypes quickly and affordably. Although there are countless different ways that any individual prototype can be produced, it is ultimately up to the end use to determine which process and material is best suited to their product. We can provide rapid prototyping service including: Rapid 3D PrintingRapid CNC MachiningRapid Sheet Metal Fabrication.

How does rapid prototyping work?

Rapid prototyping (RP) includes multiple manufacturing techniques, although most use layered additive manufacturing. However, other technologies used for RP include high-speed machining, casting, forming and extrusion.
Although additive manufacturing is the most common rapid prototyping process, other more conventional processes can also be used to create prototypes.
These processes include:
Subtraction-Carving a piece of material into the desired shape by milling, grinding or turning.
Compression-A semi-solid or liquid material is forced into a desired form before it solidifies, for example by casting, compression sintering or molding.

Rapid Prototyping Technology

We’ll start by pinpointing all the different additive manufacturing methods and then continue with more traditional ones like CNC machining and 3D printing, showing exactly how they can be used for rapid prototyping.

1.Rapid 3D Printing Processes

3D printing is the most common rapid prototyping process. The key advantage of using 3D printing is that it is fast and affordable. At Tik precision, some 3D printed parts can be built and shipped in as little as a single day at for a few dollars.

The three most commonly used 3D printing processes for rapid prototyping are selective laser sintering (SLS), stereolithography (SLA), and fused deposition modeling (FDM).

SLS is one of the most versatile methods for rapid prototyping due to a blend of speed, functional mechanical properties, good detail resolution, and low costs.

SLA has the best surface finish of any 3D printing process and the highest detail accuracy as well as tolerances. SLA is also great at prototyping clear parts, particularly with the QuickClear finish on some materials.

FDM offers a wide variety of engineered thermoplastics such as ABS, PC, and ULTEM. FDM can rapidly produce larger, bulky parts, up to 36” in a single piece.

2.Rapid CNC prototyping

3/4/5 axis CNC milling and CNC turning are great options for parts that require the prototype to be evaluated in its final material if cut from fully dense stock. Tik precision can machine a wide variety of metals and plastics. Many CNC machined parts can be manufactured and shipped within a week. CNC expedite options are available when quoting, and Tik precision’s cost-effective, market-based prices enable engineers to order multiple prototypes at once to enable rapid product evaluation.

CNC machined parts have a longer lead time than 3D printing because of the additional machine setup and run time. 3D prints run through a direct digital manufacturing process, with minimal setups or post processing.

3.Rapid Sheet Metal Fabrication

Rapid sheet metal fabrication can be a great option for quick-turn flat parts that require the prototype to be evaluated in its final metal material. These parts can be turned around in a week or less and can often be cost-effective enough to manufacture two or more prototype designs in parallel. Aluminum 5052 is the most common sheet metal material for rapid prototyping, but Tik precision also offers a variety of alloys including steels, copper, and stainless.

Rapid sheet metal parts have a comparable lead time to rapid CNC machined parts, but have a longer lead time than 3D printed parts. Much like CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication requires additional machine set-up and run time.

Why Choose Tik precision for Rapid Prototyping 3D Printing?

Endless Options

Choose from thousands of possible combinations of materials, finishes, tolerances, markings, and certifications for your order.

Professional engineer’s team

Tik precision has more than 10 engineers in various fields to support your project. Engineers have worked in mold or rapid prototyping companies for more than 10 years, designed hundreds of various molds and supervised the manufacturing of molds. As the founder of Tik precision, many engineers adhere to the principle of customer first, strictly control the quality, and ensure that the prototype parts go through strict quality inspection process before delivery.

Guaranteed Quality

We are ISO9001:2015 certified. Tik precision is the leader of CNC machining services in the production of high-precision turning and milling parts, with a strong competitive edge. As the preferred CNC machining service provider for tasks requiring complex and difficult machining parts, we enjoy a long reputation and are highly respected and trusted by customers.