From inquiry to prototype to mass production, find out how we work.
From inquiry to prototype
Make a request by telephone or e-mail. No pressure, it’s free! Don’t worry about the completeness of this request, we can often do a lot with just a rough description. Try to describe what features you expect from the technology that you want us to develop for you. Soon after we will get back to you, sometimes already with product suggestions.
After a preliminary discussion of the particular requirements, we can make an offer.
For more complex projects, you should create a sheet with technology requirements. We will then create a sheet that describes how we will solve your requirements. It is a detailed outline of the project, based on your specifications.
Next we make you an offer.
You order the product and Mocontronic begins the development and the testing.
If all specifications have been resolved, you can order the product in writing, via email or otherwise. We will confirm your order, including price and delivery time, and then we develop and test the product.
From Prototype to Series Production
The initial prototype is tested by you (the end user) and Mocontronic will consult with you directly to determine if any changes are needed to the product to meet your desires, specifications and requirements. We then create an estimate of price and availability for a standardized and mass-produced product.
In this stage, any changes developed in the last stage may be implemented in a second prototype to determine the effectiveness and feasibility of the product.
Specifications for Standardized Product
After an in-house test, the exact specifications are determined and set for the series (design freeze). Delivery times and batch sizes are also determined in this phase as well as customer-specific needs lik quality control criteria and peripherals (e.g. cables). At this point Mocontronic will submit a binding quote for the machine to be mass-produced.
Mocontronic itself can also take over certain testing operations, such as electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), product safety etc.
Only after pre-series machines are produced, is it then possible to perform safety tests, process quality verification and cost optimization before the mass-production begins.
The final standard machine can be mass-produced.