Schmit Prototypes’ quick turn tooling system consists of a master unit die (MUD) frame and block with details such as the sprue and runner systems, leader pins, water lines and ejector returns already part of the system. You pay for only the mold cavity and core details.

We can build dedicated quick turn tools, tools to fit into MUD units or inserts to be put into our quick turn tooling system.

Quick Turn Tooling

Our capabilities are not limited to open and close tooling. Complex parting lines, side pulls, telescoping shutoffs and internal undercuts are easily achievable.

Our in-house capabilities allow for aggressive lead times on rapid tooling and a quick response to tool modifications.

Most of our inserts are created using aluminum. Aluminum can be machined much faster than steel and it can also be polished or textured as to your specifications



November 10, 2015

3D Printing

3D printing is a manufacturing process that builds by layers to create a three-dimensional solid object from a digital model. To print a 3-D object, the manufacturer uses a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) program to create a digital 3D File. During t...

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