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Duku is a trading style of Albright Product Design Ltd

Registered Company No: 08597948

+44 (0) 1242 697666
info@duku.co.uk

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IN HOUSE RAPID PROTOTYPING 

We use 3D printing and CNC machining throughout our development process to help evaluate and refine your product to deliver the best possible design outcome. Our in-house 3D printing and CNC machining services provide quick turnaround on parts, allowing 3D printed or CNC machined development prototypes to be created to test design ideas quickly and cost effectively, often within hours. 

As the design progresses, presentation grade prototypes can be created using additional prototyping techniques such as CNC machining and Vacuum Casting to give a top quality representation of the final functionality, materials and appearance of your product. These prototypes will often represent how the final product will look and perform and can enable you to promote your design before final production begins.

Our prototyping services include 3D Printing, SLS/SLA, CNC machining & Vacuum Casting.

In addition, we can create prototype aluminium production tooling should your requirements call for larger order volumes that are achievable with rapid prototyping techniques

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(We accept most 3D part files including STL, IGES, STEP)

PROOF OF CONCEPT PROTOTYPING

Sometimes, prototypes are required purely to test the principle or basic functionality of a design, to prove that certain ideas, features and mechanisms will work correctly. These prototypes do not usually represent the intended styling of the product, however, a proof of concept prototype is a useful and cost effective way of analysing and testing the design before further work is carried out

TEXTILE PROTOTYPING

Our prototyping services are not limited to plastic products. We often create textile based prototypes as part of our design process for products such as bags & carriers, technical garments, or textile components as part of a larger product assembly. This can include creating patterns that can be used for mass production of textile products.