Prototyping Services

Rapid Prototyping

Weiss-Aug offers preliminary models to illustrate a concept or fully functional and “production level” rapid prototyping capabilities and everything in between.

Metal Prototyping

From solid models, we can deliver accurate prototypes to you in days or emulate a production process utilizing laser, machining, P-ECM and prototype tooling, depending on your prototype needs. For example, quick turn prototypes from our LaserLab Technology center combined with Chaku Chaku (single piece flow) manufacturing support preproduction builds. We can even reel-to-reel laser cut metal coil to facilitate easy blank development.

Plastic Prototypes

For multi-material prototypes, we will often use a combination of prototyping technology. Plastic components can be fabricated through additive technology and assembled through UV adhesive or welding.


Core Prototype Technologies

  • Fabrication of prototypes from metal, plastic and other materials
  • Additive Manufacturing, laser cut, or Electrochemical machined prototypes available in days
  • Markforge, Stratasys 3D
  • P-ECM, EDM and WEDM
  • Modular prototype tool frames for molding or stamping to test part variations
  • Dedicated staff and equipment to ensure focus and support on achieving your prototype needs
  • 3D scanning accurate to 4 decimals via Zeiss and Otto Vision technology to reverse engineer and or confirm prototypes to models
  • Automated take-up (Reel-to-Reel operations)

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“Today through use of innovative lean manufacturing techniques, expansive engineered processes and a strict adherence to the highest quality and safety standards, our stamping plant has successfully produced recent multi-year PPM ratings of less than one. Our stamping philosophies have also earned us high supplier ratings with both automotive and medical customers and continuous positive auditing scores from yearly ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016, ISO 14001:2015 audits and IATF 16949:2016.”

— Dieter Weissenrieder, CEO and Founder