- Raspberry Pi
- Digital & analog sensors
- Development boards
- More +
...where a bunch of geeks got together to make other people's ideas come to life.
You’re done with 3D printing or CNC prototyping, and you’re ready to begin manufacturing — this is where you take the next step to begin the injection molding process.
With your part's dimensions in hand, use our quote system to get an accurate quote for both the tooling and material costs. Keep in mind our quote system is most accurate for parts with a standard level of detail. If you believe the level of complexity of your part is high, we suggest you upload your file by using the engineering review quote method for more accurate quotes.
Please note that all quotes are a mere estimate based on the information provided by you. Final quotes may vary after your file has been submitted and analyzed by our team.
If you have questions about our quoting system and/or injection molding, please visit our Injection Molding FAQ Page for more information.
A STEP file is a universal format that can be read by most (if not all) 3D modeling programs. This file allows Jaycon Systems to understand project requirements and provide accurate quotes for injection molding services. These files do not contain construction history (also known as Design Tree) of a part or object; they only show the final object design. If there is a dimension change to be made to a part or object, Jaycon Systems cannot select that drawing directly and change it. Jaycon Systems can only make recommendations based on engineering assessment. This universal format is a standard and comes in multiple formats, such as .stp, .ste and .step. This format can be achieved by using the export function in the file menu of most 3D modeling programs. When you provide us with your STEP file, we will be able to assess the following:
After reviewing your STEP file, Jaycon Systems will ensure design for manufacturability (DFM) by suggesting: