Electronic Prototyping Services

Electronic Prototypes

We provide many of our customers with low-volume custom electronic enclosures for electrical components. Our RTV Molding & Casting capabilities allow us to produce very large single piece parts at a fraction of the cost when compared to injection molding, thermoforming, or rotational molding. For higher volume jobs, we offer injection molding and for metal parts, we provide CNC machining services.

Room temperature vulcanized (RTV) molding and casting, or commonly known as urethane casting, is a cost-effective process for creating custom electronic enclosures. The silicone molds are the perfect combination of firm & flex; they have the firmness to create the cavity needed to mold dimensionally accurate parts and the flex allows for removing of custom parts that have complex geometries or even multiple undercuts.

Our Electronic Prototyping Design Process

As an electronic prototype manufacturer, we’re able to adhere to your prototyping needs through our precise attention to detail. We don’t create circuit boards. We make custom electronic enclosures that allow those big-ticket items to function.

Our theoretical designs will help bring your parts to life so you can identify key areas where more programming is needed and what’s ready for the mass production phase.

Our project managers will collaborate with you on your needs. This ongoing relationship will help them give our technicians and model makers a clear understanding of the requirements of your project and that they are met in a prompt and accurate manner. Contact our electronic prototype company for more information on how we can help you.

FAQs

Does Schmit Prototypes manufacture any electrical components such as circuit boards or display screens?

No, we make components or enclosures that are associated with those items such as plastic/metal housings, brackets, frames, etc.

Will Schmit Prototypes assemble my electronics?

Being that there are so many different kinds of electrical components we ask that you consult with a project manager by calling 715-235-8474.