[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] 1 Q – How quickly can I get a quotation? A – Speed is normally a critical factor, so we always to endeavour to quote the same day. For complicated projects we will focus on the shortest possible quotation.2 Q – Can I get a ball park figure? A – We are happy to offer a budget quotation based upon the available information3 Q – What data do I need for an accurate quotation? A – A detailed description of your requirements, including the appropriate drawings/3D files.4 Q – What is the best file format to use when sending data? A – We can cope with most file formats, but .IGS is preferred for general model making and CNC machining. .STL for rapid prototyping.5 Q – What is the best way to send data? A – email is the simplest method for files up to 10MB. Please contact us to access our FTP site for larger files.6 Q – How long will my job take? A – We understand that delivery is often a critical factor for models and prototypes. We often turn jobs around within one week and we are no strangers to crazy deadlines.7 Q – What are the best materials to use? A – Where possible we recommend using the indented production materials for prototypes. Where this is not possible we can offer materials which can mimic production material qualities.8 Q – How can I monitor the progress of my job? A – You are welcome to visit during the build process. We can also email you regular digital photos of your model or prototype.9 Q – I have a great idea for a product, what is my next step? A – Our design department will be happy to assess your idea under an NDA (non disclosure agreement). We have a wealth of manufacturing experience and if we can’t help we should at least be able to point you in the right direction.