At D4C Product Development, we specialize in transforming innovative concepts into tangible realities. To achieve this, we go through our comprehensive prototyping services. We provide prototyping services for mechanical, electrical, and software systems. Our services include 3D printing, CNC machining, Sheet Metal, Injection Mold, PCB, wiring and embedded systems development. Our dedicated team of engineers meticulously crafts and refines prototypes, enabling you to visualize and test your designs with precision. We can help you bring your ideas to life quickly and efficiently, and we work with you every step of the way to ensure that your prototype meets your needs. We bring your visions to life, ensuring a seamless transition from prototype to production. At D4C we have an extensive supply chain that works along us to provide you with the best service regarding your prototyping requirements and needs.

Here are some of the specific benefits of our prototyping services

  • We have a team of experienced engineers who can help you design and develop your prototype.
  • We can prototype single parts prototypes or a full product prototype.
  • Design and product validation with a low investment prior to mass production with short lead times.
  • Prototypes reduce the risk of product recalls and failures. Also speed up the product development process.
  • Prototyping can help to reduce costs by allowing you to identify and fix design flaws early in the development process. This can prevent you from having to redesign or re-engineer the product later, which can be costly.
  • We work with you every step of the way to ensure that your prototype meets your requirements.




    CNC machining is a versatile process that can be used to create prototypes from a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, and wood. It is also a very precise process, which allows for the creation of prototypes with high accuracy. Metals: Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Cooper, Brass & more. Plastics: ABS, PVC, POM (Delrin), Nylon, Polycarbonate, PET, PMMA (Acrylic) & more.


    3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a revolutionary process that constructs three-dimensional objects by layering material on top of each other based on a digital model. Unlike traditional subtractive manufacturing methods that involve cutting away material from a solid block, 3D printing builds objects layer by layer. 3D printing methods: • Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM). • Stereolithography (SLA). • Selective Laser Sintering (SLS). • Digital Light Processing (DLP).


    Our Sheet metal prototyping is the process of creating functional prototypes of sheet metal components or products to validate their design, fit, form, and functionality before moving forward with full-scale production. Sheet metal is a commonly used material in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and electronics, where it's used to create a wide range of products including enclosures, brackets, panels, and more. We provide sheet metal prototypes unfinish and with finishing, such as powder coating & wet painting in multiple colors, Anodizing, Electroplating, Galvanizing and more. Materials: Cold Roll Steel, Hot Roll Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Titanium


    An injection mold soft tool, often referred to as a soft mold or prototype mold, is a type of mold used in the injection molding process for creating plastic parts. Unlike production-grade molds, which are designed for high-volume manufacturing, soft tools are intended for prototyping, low-volume production runs, or situations where quick iterations and modifications are necessary. Resin Materials: ABS, PC, ABS+PC, PP, PS, PE, Nylon, TPU, LSR (Liquid Silicone Rubber).


    PCBA & Wiring prototyping is an essential step in the product development lifecycle. It empowers engineers, designers, and manufacturers to validate designs, identify and resolve issues, optimize performance, and ensure the final product meets or exceeds expectations. This process of creating prototypes or small batches of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) for testing and validation before entering full-scale production ultimately contributes to the creation of high-quality electronic products that are ready for successful mass production and market launch.