How can I get my prototypes created inexpensively for a line of decorative metal products?

The product would require stamping, painting, and or punching in cylindrical and cone shapes.


Does it need to be in metal for a prototype? If not, do a 3d printed model and, if needed, wrap it in metal sheet/foil.

There is no cheap way to do a production quality prototype.

Answered 7 years ago

Besides 3d printing, the only "cheap" way is to join a tech shop and make them yourself.

Any craftsman will probably charge in the thousands. That being said you should call around to fabrication shops and find out their prices.

Answered 7 years ago

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