Prototyping Solutions

        Prototyping can be tricky. At this stage, companies are trying to get the most outcome with the least budget. If you are having trouble deciding on a proper manufacturing technique, dealing with suppliers for different parts, or looking for cost reduction ideas, Regulus can help. Below are the most common prototyping options:

Prototyping Solutions

Shaping & Forming 

CNC Milling & Turning


  • Most common prototyping technique 

  • Allow higher design complexity

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

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Laser Cutting 


  • Used for sheet metal fabrication 

  • Accurate and precise

  • Secondary process after CNC machining for deburring 

  • Non-contact laser cutting can prevent deformation 

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NCT Punching


  • Used for sheet metal fabrication 

  • Less restriction on part size

  • Less material remainder 

  • Less production time compared with laser cutting

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Silicone Molding


  • More economical option than CNC machining 

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

  • Able to produce 20 units per mold

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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

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Plating & Coating


  • Tolerances can be controlled within ±0.1mm.

  • Suitable for making small and intricate parts

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Regulus Electronics Ltd.


6F, No.343, Sec.5 Nanking East Rd.
SongShan District, Taipei, Taiwan 

TEL: +886 (2) 2760 1601





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