MIM engineering and prototyping specialist Neota completes move to its new facility

February 24, 2020

Neota’s new facility in Loveland, Colorado, USA (Courtesy Neota Product Solutions LLC)

Neota Product Solutions LLC, a provider of Metal Injection Moulding solutions, has moved into its new facility in Loveland, Colorado, USA. The move to the new facility is expected to support the continued growth of the Neota team as it offers engineering and prototyping services for MIM, as well as both low- and high-volume MIM production. 

The company can provide prototype MIM parts in four weeks or less and, using the ‘Neota Approach’, the company’s services are designed around three distinct phases of part production, with specific resources dedicated to each. 

In phase one, Design for Manufacturability (DFM), the Neota team assists customers in considering their part’s design, material, quality systems, prototyping approach, validation plans, cost analysis and project planning in order to get their product to market as quickly as possible. Phase two comprises the design validation and prototyping stage of a part’s development, involving functional testing of actual MIM parts. 

In parallel with design validation and prototyping, Neota’s tool room can produce a multi-cavity production tool, so that once the design is fully validated, tooling can be completed and made ready for full-scale production without any downtime.

In phase 3, the production phase, Neota has the resources to support full-scale series production. The company is, however, also able to facilitate the transition of full-scale production to a customer’s preferred MIM vendor where necessary. 

In addition to its MIM capabilities, Neota offers plastic injection moulding and Additive Manufacturing services. 

www.neotagroup.com 

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