Industries we typically serve:
- Defense military
- Sports & recreation
- Prototypes & models
Each client is different, so we work with you to craft a vision together.
Custom Tooling Development
We are equipped with everything necessary to create precision custom tooling components for production of products that serve a variety of industries. We’ll take your idea from concept to design to prototyping to the finished tooling mold. We believe in working closely with clients to ensure their needs are fully met so that they can produce products efficiently and with on-time delivery.
Visit our Tooling Development page to learn more.
We know that you don’t want to spend the time and money on a tooling component to find that the products it produces don’t meet required specifications. That’s why we provide prototyping services to test all of the tooling that we develop for quality and precision.
Visit our Prototyping page to learn more.
The process for bringing products from concept to reality begins with design. Whether you have a fully formed idea with blueprint in hand for your prototype or you have an idea you need help developing into a working design, we’re here to guide you through the process. We provide custom CAD-based design services that efficiently take your ideas from concept to a working design.
Visit our Design Services page to learn more.
3D Printing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital design. This is achieved via additive processes that involve laying down successive layers of material until the object is created. Each of these layers are a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the final object.
3D printing allows Contour Engineering to produce complex and functional items using less material than traditional manufacturing methods.
3D Scanning is a technology that digitally captures the shape of physical objects via laser light, rendering a digital 3-dimensional representation. These digital representations can be used for creating and altering models of the item, as well as producing replicas through 3D printing.
3D scanning is particularly well-suited for measuring contoured surfaces that require large amounts of data for their accurate description, where doing this is impractical through the use of traditional measurement methods or a touch probe.