Jasper Plastics

Manufacturing Behind The Scenes For Leading Brands

New Product Introduction

Posted by on Dec 15, 2013

New Product Introduction

New Product Introduction helps us grow our business, with your help. The process that we follow to go from your concept to a new part is: Request For Quote. At this time Budget, Volume, and Timeline expectations are determined. Design Approval. After the RFQ has been established, we provide dimensional drawings with tolerances for customer approval. Color Development and Approval. This may take place concurrently, however it is important to have the color established for timeline lead times.  Pattern Building: After prints have been approved typical lead times for patterns range 1 – 4 weeks. Tool Building: It is important to understand production tooling may take up to an additional 3 weeks or more to create a full set of tools needed for volume applications. First Article of Approval: After the initial tool is built we send out first articles of approval for fit and function. Production: Average production lead times are 2 weeks. Warehousing is an option for quicker lead times.     Reciprocating Machine on the FRP Lamination Line  ...

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Design and Engineering

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Design and Engineering

All we need is an idea and our experience and expertise will take care of the rest. Composites have varying degrees of shrinkage depending on different materials, cross sections, temperatures, and lengths. To ensure a precise fit, it pays to work with our 40 years of successful molding history. Let us send you a sample of our superior design and craftsmanship today.

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Turn-Key Manufacturing

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Turn-Key Manufacturing

Turn-Key Manufacturing is the mainstay of our business. Our design team turns customer’s concepts into reality with innovative engineering and tooling. The Jasper Plastics Design Team is fully dedicated to working with customer’s new ideas through the use of CAD, working models, patterns and production tooling. Color development is completed in the manufacturing environment to support rapid changes in future downstream manufacturing processes....

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