RAPID PROTOTYPE & FILE TRANSFERS
Harvey Vogel Manufacturing's state of the art facility ensures prototypes
can be turned quickly to meet all of your design
sampling and prototype build needs.
Prototype Advantages | Samples or PPAP approvals |Typically less than 1,000 parts annually
Manufacture with turret, laser or press brakes | No tooling costs, higher piece price
We can use most CAD drawing formats when attached to email as binary file attachments including but not limited to: DWG, DXF, IGS, PDF files; Solid Works and KeyCreator .CKD files. Solid models are preferred in STEP format - Prints are best in DXF. Pro-E files should be converted to STEP (for solid model) or DXF (for Prints). If you have any questions about a format please contact us at email@example.com.
Usage Notice: Any information you provide is for the exclusive use of Harvey Vogel Manufacturing Co. and will not be sold or given to any other party or organization. You will not be contacted by us, by email, paper mail or phone, except at your specific request. Any attached file or proprietary information will be kept strictly confidential and used only with regard to your request for information or pricing. Click here for more on our Order Terms and Policies.
Prototyping Department Equipment Includes the following:
Lasers (3 - two with material automation systems)
Fully Staffed Tool Room
An entire department has been created just for metal stamping prototypes. In addition to, and just as important as, the prototype machinery (Laser, Turret Press, Press Brake, etc...) are the procedures now in place to manage prototype jobs - quickly and accurately. Our metal stamping engineers are involved in the entire process in order to lend their expertise to the design process and "design in" efficiency and cost savings for future metal stamping applications.
Please contact us with your prototype requirements and discuss them with one of our experienced engineers. We can advise on material types, fabrication processes, secondary operations and methods for combining multiple parts into single fabrications - saving material and assembly time.