Solutions for mechanical components, assemblies, and product packaging. From prototype development to full scale manufacturing, our cost-effective contract manufacturing is your go-to solution.
Contract Manufacturing Capabilities
Manufacturing Methods is a key provider of complete contract manufacturing solutions for mechanical components, assemblies, and product packaging. We are able to assist with product development, prototype manufacture, and ultimately full scale manufacturing of your new products.
With comprehensive in-house manufacturing capabilities including CNC machining, metal fabrication, welding, water-jet cutting, powder coating, assembly, and design engineering support, we are uniquely positioned to take your product from concept to a volume produced product. Using lean manufacturing processes and the most advanced computerized machine tools, Manufacturing Methods can cost effectively manufacture your products with the highest quality and unparalleled customer service.
Although Manufacturing Methods is primarily a “build-to-print” fabricator, we pride ourselves in offering engineering support that makes us a true partner to our customers. Our design engineers can assist in the conceptual phase of product development, and help assure product integrity and lower costs. Because we actually produce the products for our customers, we can often offer assistance concerning manufacturability, material selection, cost reduction, and quality improvement. Our in-house CAD systems allow us to accept our customers’ data directly and create the engineering drawings necessary to manufacture our customer’s products.
Manufacturing Methods can be involved at any stage of the development of the product, from concept development to design, reverse engineering, prototype development, limited-run production, or full-scale production. We can also provide kitting, packaging, warehousing, and delivery. We’ll be your partner for specific services or full service from concept to production. You’ll benefit from a faster development cycle, flexible development, and an early production cost structure. And best of all, you can advertise that your products are “Made in the USA!”