What is Rapid Prototyping & How Can it Help Your Business

Having a physical prototype of your final product can be what sets your business apart from competitors – and that is why we have developed a rapid silicone keypad prototyping process for our clients. A process that in the past would have taken months to complete, can now be done in weeks. You don’t have… Read more »

Utilizing Rapid Prototyping

With increasing time constraints and demand for samples and visual references, rapid prototyping became a necessity for companies to utilize. Here at SiTECH, we offer the capability to rapid prototype liquid silicone rubber into keypads, and components. Our rapid prototyping offers: shorter lead times of 2-3 weeks, reduced product development, cost design validation, market presentation aides,… Read more »

How Automation Has Improved Our Product and Timelines

At SiTECH, we take pride in the fact that our products are manufactured and crafted in the United States. As technology continues to progress and we’re able to automate and simplify your product to produce it faster and better. Time is essential in today’s economy, and being able to create products in a timely manner… Read more »

Do’s & Don’ts of Keypad Design

When it comes to designing your keypad, there are some design features that you should consider during the design process. When working with SiTECH, we have a clear design process to follow to ensure that the final product is exactly what you had in mind. Do’s When it comes to determining a color scheme for… Read more »

5 Elements of User-Centric Keypad Design

When you’re creating a new product, adding a custom silicone rubber keypad helps to create an interface between the product and the user. It should be easy to navigate and simple to use. Sometimes it’s hard for the people who came up with the concept to create a product design that works well with a… Read more »

Using a Rapid Prototype for New Medical Product Designs

With the development of new technology in the medical field comes the need for new designs for devices and machinery. Pieces must fit together precisely to work properly and may need custom silicone keypads to make them work. Perhaps the machine requires silicone rubber seals and tubing to contain gases and liquids. When building new… Read more »

Custom Rubber Keypads: Form Versus Function

When you’re creating a new keypad design for your product, there are many things to consider, including the form and function of the keys. For example, you know what the rubber keypads are designed to do, but is it obvious to the user? There are a number of ways to find out whether the person… Read more »