Position:
Home
/
Production
/
Low Volume Manufacturing Whitepaper

Low-Volume manufacturing advantages & applications

While mass production remains the best option for high-volume needs, low-volume manufacturing is becoming more popular in many industries. Low-volume manufacturing is a professional service that provides high-quality parts produced in low-volume, high-volume production, typically limited to 100,000 or less, depending on the manufacturing technology used. Low-volume manufacturing enables our customers to invest less time and money on tools and materials, while also getting to market faster. Other advantages include faster response to shorter product life cycles, essentially a critical step between rapid prototyping and mass production.

machining
Get In Touch or Get A Quote
Low-volume manufacturing is the optimal choice for those who need a small number of finished parts, ranging from a few hundred to hundreds of thousands to Download the White Paper Presentation (with a channel for obtaining customers’ information)

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

EMAIL

PHONE

MESSAGE

SUBMIT

Nice Words From Our Clients

I would like to congratulate you and your company with your service and prototyping quality. The communication with our company was very clear and constructive. The prototypes have a very good quality and the delivery speed are fantastic. With your prototypes we can communicate better and faster with our clients and give them a glance of how the product will look and feel like.Ing. Marc E.J. Van Strydonck Industrial designer.

Marc E.J. Van

Strydonck Industrial designer

Hi HLH, I received the CNC prototypes last week and have spent the past few days assembling them. I would like to thank you and HLH for the work you have done CNC machining these parts and for delivering them to us as quickly as possible. I look forward to working with HLH as new projects arise in the future.

Jamie Booth

We have had everything from soft rubber to hard plastics, various grades of aluminum to stainless steel parts prototyped via HLH to characterize the performance and gain high level of confidence on design months before actual verification parts and data is available. We have used many of their arsenals of processes from SLA, CNC mill, lathe, forming, wire-cutting, EDM, vacuum cast and my favorite-custom springs. Product development is so much more progressive and easier with HLH as your prototype partner.

Han Hwang, R&D Manager

Blog
Blog
Top Rapid Prototyping Solutions for High-Quality Results
Case Study
Case Study
The WAVE W10
Video
Video
CNC Machining - Milling (Plastic)