Innovate with Rapid Iterations


Accurate, fast prototyping is critical to any innovative R&D effort. Our extensive in-house capabilities allow us to build prototypes and navigate design considerations while reducing systems risks.

We do it all: appearance models, functional breadboards, and final works-like, looks-like models that can be used to validate with users and verify on the bench or in the lab.

Fast prototype iterations

Building prototype systems in-house gives the development team valuable insight into the manufacturing methods and costs, allowing us to develop accurate models and lower production costs for the long haul.

The Need for Speed

Fast prototype iterations are paramount to rapid innovation. Understanding electro-mechanical systems, mitigating risks, and measuring data quickly allows us to discern what concepts are valid and which aren’t.

  • Proof-of-concept
  • Appearance Models
  • Functional Prototypes
  • Soft Goods
  • Test Fixtures
  • Clean Room Prototype Runs
  • CNC Milling
  • Lathe
  • Laser cutting
  • Urethane Casting
  • 3D Printing
  • Thermo Forming
  • Quick Turn Electronics

Attention to Detail

We are a hands-on, attention to detail shop. Intricacies of the design matter, therefore prototype fabrication methods matter. That translates into better design details and long-term manufacturing, leading to lower COGS.

Prototyping Systems

We don’t just fabricate parts, we build systems. We understand the relationship between mechanics and electronics and quickly iterate through prototypes, evolving the design in the process.

Under Our Roof

Our prototyping capabilities live here in our R&D facility, giving us the ability to make and modify designs on the spot. Our in-house prototyping lab saves time and money for our clients and gives us more insight into critical design considerations and manufacturing methods.


Prototype Evolution

Bring it all together

Here's What's Next


Our Work

We're here to help you create

Ready for action?

It’s time to bring concepts to life. There’s nothing quite like building those first devices. We learn, modify, and do it again. Whatever the design calls for, we can make it.