Prototyping is an essential part of the early stages of product development. It tests the functional and physical feasibility of a new product or a part of it. Prototypes can be used to experiment with or test a first product idea. Product risks are eliminated by proving technical feasibility. Whether it concerns a simple microfluidic chip or a highly complex platform, at Micronit we think along with you!
Micronit offers high quality innovative prototyping. We love the challenge of demanding prototypes with high levels of complexity! Creativity and innovation are part of our craftsmanship.
At Micronit you are in direct contact with experts. At the start of the design phase of the proto run, an engineer is assigned to your product and he or she will be your point of contact during the whole process.
Prototyping at Micronit is never standard. Every request is unique and will be treated as such. This way, your product gets the attention it needs in the right time. Thoroughness is our way of working: we’d rather make adjustments in the design phase than find out that a produced prototype is not quite right after all.
What does a typical prototyping procedure look like?
There are six steps to be taken in a typical prototyping process.