Metal Rapid Prototyping

Metal rapid prototyping is often the difference in beating your competitor to market—and is most successful when the company that makes the metal prototypes can also produce the precision parts. That’s why Lyons places a tremendous amount of emphasis on our R&D and precision part prototyping capabilities.

The prototyping process is a logical place to enhance, modify and test not only metal component features but also manufacturing methods. Partnering with a potential production house for your metal prototyping needs is also an ideal time to review the component’s features and tolerances to minimize cost. Lyons specializes in metal stamping prototypes and is ready to take on your most complex precision parts needs.

Why Choose Lyons for Your Metal Rapid Prototyping?

We don’t just make precision parts. We will review the requested components and guide you through the process. As part of our design review process we will make recommendations that may enhance product performance and reliability as well as reduce cost.

Whether you need precision metal stamping, complex CNC machining, wire EDM, welded and mechanical assemblies, Lyons is ready to assist with your metal prototype today.

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Rapid Prototyping Precision Parts Gallery

Rapid Prototyping Capabilities

Industries We Serve

  • Aerospace
  • Appliances
  • Architectural Components
  • Automotive Components
  • Connectors
  • Defense
  • Electrical
  • Electronics
  • Fuel Cells
  • Hand Tools
  • Hardware
  • Lamination
  • Latches
  • Mechanical Switches
  • Medical
  • Motor Lamination
  • Nuclear Power
  • Precision Bearings
  • Shielding
  • Surgical
  • Telecommunications
  • Windows

Lyons’ Rapid Prototyping Equipment

Rapid prototyping equipment

Lyons maintains an array of high-tech equipment to meet the most complex rapid prototyping requirements. Our arsenal includes:

  • (2) 4 axis Mazak machining centers with 50,000 RPM spindle speeds
  • (3) FANUC Wire EDMs
  • (2) Baltec Precision Work Stations