Stelray Plastic Products, Inc.

Plastic Manufacturing Prototyping Services

At Stelray Plastic Products, Inc., we are often asked to assist in the prototype development of new product ideas of our customers. We offer a number of rapid prototype options that are available to you to help validate form, fit, and function of your future injection molded part design. If “speed to market” is your concern, often times a prototyping method can be the interim solution.

Whether you need 2 parts or 200 parts, Stelray can accommodate your rapid needs. Allow us the opportunity to consult with and we will recommend the best prototyping process for your needs:

  • SLA (Stereolithography) - Provides a functional 3D physical model generated from a CAD file for a very good initial review of your design concept.  Considered to be the standard for rapid prototyping in industry today.
  • 3D Printing - On the leading edge of what is known as 'Additive Manufacturing' and probably the quickest method available today to turn your 3D CAD model into a physical part.  
  • Cast Urethane - A very good method of prototyping to generate limited quanties of parts (2-20), while offering a broader range of durometer (hardness) and color
  • CNC Machining - Can be the method of choice if a full 3D CAD model is not available or if your needs require fabricating a shape from a specific material.
  • Low-Cost Injection Molds - Certainly the most advanced of the prototyping options. Often the choice in a critical application when the other options might be too limited, or if you are just ready for this step and need an immediate quantity of parts.

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Plastic Manufacturing Value Added Service Capabilities

Engineering & Development Services Product Testing
Material Testing and Validation
Product Development
  • Early Stage Engineering Support
  • Quality Requirement Planning
  • Material Selection Consultation
  • Mold Concept Planning
Rapid Prototyping Prototype Molds
  • Off-Shore Mold Building Alliances
Injection Molded Prototypes
Stereolithography (SLA®)
CU Models (Cast Urethane)
CNC Machined and Fabricated Models

Additional Information

Industries Served Aerospace & Aircraft
Automotive
Electronics & Instrumentation
Home Electronics/Entertainment Accessories
Medical
Dental
Pharmaceutical
Consumer Appliances
OEM Applications
Defense
Water and Chemical Filtration
Lighting/Architectural
Industry Standards Met

ANSI
American National Standards Institute
ASME
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASTM
American Society for Testing and Materials
CE
The CE mark (officially CE marking) is a mandatory conformity mark on many products placed on the single market in the European Economic Area (EEA).
FDA Registered Medical Device Manufacturer
Food And Drug Administration
ISO
International Organization for Standardization

  • ISO 9001:2008
UL
Underwriters Laboratories
  • Yellow Card, Raw Materials
File Formats Accepted AutoCAD (DWG,DXF)
BMP
Bit Mapped Graphics
GIF
Graphics Interchange Format
IGES
Initial Graphics Exchange Specification, ANSI file format.
JPG or JEPG
Joint Photographic Experts Group
MasterCam (MDX, MC8, MC9, SET)
PDF
Portable Document Format
STEP
Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data
TIFF
Tagged Image File Format

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