Custom Dip Process & Options
Wondering what happens when you call Harman Corporation for a custom dip molding project? We’ve outlined the process below to help customers understand what they can expect upon calling.
Once a customer has an idea for a custom part, we can help numerous ways. The customer can provide a CAD drawing or we can do one for them. Once the diagram is approved, we cut the tool to drive the prototype process. All tooling is done in-house, via fully-integrated CNC equipment.
Rapid and Inexpensive Prototypes
Once the prototyping process is finalized, we send customers a sample prototype to review. Once approved, a purchase order is generated and the custom part goes into full-scale production! All quotes are provided before the prototyping process begins.
All prototypes go through quality control for dimensional integrity to ensure the highest end product possible. Please note, prototypes are not production quality. Prototypes are designed to prove fit and function of component. Minor changes or modifications from customer are easily achieved.
Turnaround times for most custom parts are 7-10 business days. To ensure customers get their custom product turned around quickly as possible, we also offer expedited molding, upon request.
Knowledgeable Sales Staff
With thousands of custom parts under our belt, everyone in our sales staff is extremely knowledgable on the process and easy to work with, making the process easy as possible from concept to prototype.
Any size, any length. No matter how custom the job, we can create a part that matches your specific requirements.
In order to place a custom order, we require a minimum of 250 parts per order. There is no maximum order quantity, and per unit pricing goes down with orders over 10,000.