The production process starts when the prototyping phase and the first prototype product have been successfully completed. In practice, the costs for a first production run usually prove to be considerably lower than the costs for the prototype design. This is because the dip moulding programme is specified during the creation of the prototype and thus production costs only depend on the material (use) and the hourly machine rate.
For contracts for large numbers of products, we will of course investigate the ideal ratio between the number of moulds and the number of times they must be dipped.
Corporate social responsibility in manner of production
The waste resulting from cutting and any rejected products are collected and recycled.