Our Process – Simultaneous Engineering

Not only do we have experience with outsourced prototype parts, we have experience with parts after they’ve been created. We utilize our experience manufacturing and performing service work to predict what issues a new product part may have down the road and keep these in mind during design and development.
We use simultaneous engineering methods to create quick turn-around times while engineering your part. Simultaneous engineering revolves around two concepts. The first is the idea that all elements of a product’s life-cycle, from functionality, productivity, assembly, testability, maintenance issues, environmental impact and finally disposal and recycling, should be taken into careful consideration in the early design phases. We encourage and allow our entire team to plan the product together, even at early stages.
The second concept is that all design activities occur at the same time, or simultaneously. The overall goal being that the simultaneous nature of these processes significantly increases productivity, functionality and product quality, aspects that are obviously important in today’s fast-paced market. This philosophy is key to the success of simultaneous engineering because it allows for errors and redesigns to be discovered and dealt with early in the design process when the project is still in a more abstract and possibly digital realm.
By locating and fixing these issues early, we can avoid what often become costly errors as the project moves to more complicated computational models and eventually into the physical realm.
This means more issues are found early on in the design process, saving you money in design and material costs before prototypes are physically created.


Progressive metal stamping is the process of creating metal parts by using multiple metal stamping techniques on a continuous progressively fed sheet or strip of metal. The methods are applied in a series of progressive steps to create the final product.


Transfer process metal stamping creates parts by using multiple stamping techniques on a single piece of metal.  The pieces are blanked before the sequential operations. The pieces are then moved from die station to die station with each portion of the process being completed by a different die.

Line Dies

These are hand transfer stampings performed in single set-ups rather than side by side set up.

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