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Shaping the Future: Prototyping Solutions for Industry Pioneers

 
CNC machining

Prototyping can present challenges. During this phase, companies aim to maximize results while minimizing expenses. If you’re uncertain about selecting the right manufacturing method, managing supplier relations for various components, or seeking strategies for cost savings, Regulus is here to assist. We offer a range of common prototyping solutions, including mock-ups, rapid prototyping, and 3D printing, tailored to streamline your development process.


  • Most common prototyping technique 

  • Allow higher design complexity

  • Wide variety of materials applicable: metal, plastic, and silicone parts


Precision 3D/5D CNC Machining


  • Used for sheet metal fabrication 

  • Accurate and precise

  • Secondary process after CNC machining for deburring 

  • Non-contact laser cutting can prevent deformation


Laser cutting


  • Used for sheet metal fabrication 

  • Less restriction on part size

  • Less material remainder 

  • Less production time compared with laser cutting


NCT punching


  • More economical option than CNC machining 

  • Materials applicable include plastic, rubber, and silicone parts.

  • Able to produce 20 units per mold


Silicone Molds & Vacuum Casting


  • SLA (Stereolithography Apparatus)

    • Tolerances can be controlled within ±0.1mm.

    • Suitable for making small and intricate parts

  •  SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)

    • Can be used to produce metal parts

    • A wide variety of materials available

SLA & SLS Rapid Prototyping


  • Tolerances can be controlled within ±0.1mm.

  • Suitable for making small and intricate parts


SDC (Surface Decorating Coating)

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