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China Prototype Manufacturing: Improve Your Bottom Line

By Jesus David Cano Romano
April 3, 2017
China Prototype Manufacturing


Like any business owner, you are probably always thinking if ways to improve your bottom line—whether by raising overall revenue or driving down expenses including operating costs, interest, taxes, etc. Did you know that prototype manufacturing in China can improve your bottom line? China prototype manufacturing allows you to cut costs. This essential part of your manufacturing or new product development process can be outsourced to world-class companies in China.

Prototype manufacturing can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. You can have your 0303prototypes done offshore to decrease your expenses. Plus, the benefits of prototype manufacturing are endless—and it is certainly worth the investment. Prototypes gives you an actual feel of the product that even in 3D rendering cannot provide. Prototypes also allow in-depth product testing for quality control. Proper testing exposes potential flaws or areas for improvement so that they can be corrected before your product is mass produced and sold.

China prototype manufacturing can improve your bottom line by reducing your costs. When you outsource to China, you can take advantage of the low cost raw materials, inexpensive (but skilled) labor, and state of the art facilities. The best companies would offer rapid prototyping; they use 3D printers, scanners, and injection/clay/silicone/rubber molding to reduce turnaround time as well as risks and waste. With advances in technology and printers now capable of building everything (including habitable houses), you can be sure that your sample product will be suitable for scrutiny and inspection. More faults and defects are seen during prototype inspection than when only printed designs are inspected (no matter how realistic).

It’s always prudent to consider China prototype manufacturing because if faults are unseen because a prototype was not built, then customers might return your products because of defects. A huge percentage of your products—if not the entire batch—might returned or exchanged, which can be an expensive nightmare. Foregoing the prototyping process may cost you more money than you would have spent building a prototype. In the end, developing your product through China prototype manufacturing will save you more money while ensuring that your product does what it should do and is truly useful. All these ultimately help improve your bottom line.