Prototyping Capabilities

At Schivo, we realise that a quick lead time for the development of prototypes is vital to our customers success.

With a dedicated team and facilities to assist at all prototyping stages for your product and operate the highest standard equipment to support our customers from initial prototype manufacturing to product development.

We pride ourselves on our ability to support our customers journey and strive to achieve a turnaround time for low volume prototypes of 2 – 4 weeks depending on the job specification.

Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) has revolutionised manufacturing, enabling the production of prototypes, tools and final parts directly from CAD data, thereby reducing costs and delivery times.

  • Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)
  • Rapid Machining Turnaround
  • Development of Assembly & Test Methodologies

Precision engineering for medical devices is more than components and Schivo have developed skills to ensure we can provide extensive service offerings that our customers require.

Schivos commitment to high volume manufacturing processes

Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)

We continually invest in our 3D printing capabilities with emerging applications and technologies and feature in-house Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) technologies for polymer and metal printing for both rapid prototype products and manufacturing.

Rapid Machining Turnaround

Using a full suite of virtual computational tools and computer packages to ensure we can manufacture our products as efficiently as possible. We then scale the manufacturing process to the high volumes required by the medical devices industry.

Precision Engineering is a core competency at Schivo since the company formed almost 50 years ago and we consistently expand our expertise in this area

Development of Assembly & Test Methodologies

For all new product introductions, we assign project managers or engineering teams who will develop the product from component manufacture right through to final product delivery by developing optimal assembly and test techniques at the NPI phase.

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