When you are designing a new product, or making adaptations to existing ones, you need to be sure that it will “be up to the job”. It can be very costly to go into full production only to find out that the finished product is not what you hoped it would be, or does not perform in the way you need it to.
A finished stainless steel assembly can be costly if you have to make any adjustments to the design once it has been fabricated – or even worse, it has to be scrapped. CH Barnett offers a confidential stainless steel prototyping and product development service so our customers are able to avoid any of these costly mistakes.
We work with a wide variety of customers across a range of industries, helping them to develop new products and updating existing ones to meet ever-changing market demands and industry-specific legislation.
Not all issues with the design of a new product can be identified at the initial technical drawing stage. Often, only once the product is in-situ are any defects in the design noticed. Our stainless steel prototyping department uses CAD software to create 3D models and then create a prototype that will demonstrate the appearance, dimensions and features of the final product.
Once the prototype has been created, it can be tested for suitability, highlighting any issues, defects, or improvements that are needed before final production. It is at this point that changes to the product can be made. With extensive knowledge in a range of sectors, our development team will use this knowledge and skill to work with the customer to solve problems with existing products and develop new ones.
Here at CH Barnett, we offer a comprehensive fabrication service from design through to finishing – all under one roof. This capability enables us to carry out the stainless steel prototyping in a controlled environment, providing our customers with complete confidentiality of the products being developed.
To find out more about the range of stainless steel fabrication services we offer, please browse our website. If you would like to discuss your product development and prototyping requirements with us, please contact us today.