Mechkonnect’s simplified process includes the submission of design files, selection of material and specifications, production and delivery.
A service allowing the manufacturing of custom-designed products in small quantities tailored to specific requirements is called as On-Demand Manufacturing. This service is cost-effective as a large investment in equipment and inventory is not necessary.
To get started, simply sign up for an account on our website, upload your design files, customize your product specifications, and follow the prompts to place your order. If you have any questions, our customer support team is here to assist you.
Manufacturing and shipping times vary based on the complexity of your design, the quantity ordered, and the location of our manufacturing partners. You’ll receive an estimated timeframe during the ordering process.
Yes. Many of our manufacturing partners offer prototyping services, allowing you to test and refine your design before committing to a larger production run.
We manufacture a wide range of products, including but not limited to prototypes, custom parts, apparel, accessories, home decor, and more. Feel free to reach out if you have a specific product in mind.
We take intellectual property seriously. Our platform may offer options for secure file sharing and non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) with manufacturing partners to help protect your designs.
Yes, we offer international shipping to many countries. The cost of shipping may vary as per location and time.
Order cancellation policies vary among manufacturing partners. Typically, if production hasn’t started, you might be able to cancel with a nominal fee. It’s advisable to review the cancellation policy before placing an order.
Casting allows for complex shapes, and precision details, and is suitable for both small and large production runs. It can be cost-effective for certain designs.
Forging involves shaping metal through the application of force using hammers or presses. It creates parts with improved strength and structural integrity compared to cast parts.
Yes, fabrication is well-suited for producing custom-designed products, allowing for flexibility in shape, size, and functionality.
While 3D printing is excellent for prototyping and small-batch production, traditional manufacturing methods may be more efficient for larger quantities.
Various materials can be used, including plastics, rubber, and even metals in certain moulding processes.