LÉMAN INDUSTRIE continues to position itself in prototyping

The prototype: an essential tool for decision-making

Producing and testing a prototype allows you to assess the features and performance of a future product. Prototyping thus offers the possibility to evaluate both before and after the quality, technical reliability and feasibility of future manufacturing. It is a useful tool for making decisions before starting production.

Your prototype: from design to testing

LÉMAN INDUSTRIE provides you with a dedicated workshop for prototyping. Equipped with the necessary product design software, this workshop implements the entire operational chain: design, testing, corrective actions and quick integration of any modifications. This dedicated workshop allows us to answer to your price request within 48 hours.

The prototyping workshop enables you to continue testing up until the creation of the model and pre-series production. When designing and building your prototype, LÉMAN INDUSTRIE implements complementary and advanced techniques so that you can produce a unique and manufacturable product based on state-of-the-art industrial technologies. Thanks to its prototyping workshop, LÉMAN INDUSTRIE is able to respond to your requests for tooling and prototype parts within a maximum of 4 weeks.

Prototyping: a key area of expertise at LEMAN INDUSTRIE

During development, LÉMAN INDUSTRIE integrates its prototyping expertise. The group handles the planning and manufacturing of your prototypes. 

The research stages, which are frequently co-developed and integrate Design to Cost, are guided by a broad application method which includes optimising the specifications of each part involved starting from the prototyping stage. This optimisation covers in a functionally equivalent way the introduction of alternative solutions (including suggestions for materials) improving quality and reducing costs.

The mechanical and electrical engineering involved in this service are strengthened by LÉMAN INDUSTRIE’s technical production expertise (e.g. cutting, injection, overmoulding, treatment, assembly as well as cross-cutting knowledge such as mechatronics and plastronics).  This expertise is supported by a network of carefully selected specialised suppliers.