HPP's onsite design service is available to turn your ideas into reality. Our talented staff of designers can produce a multitude of conceptual iterations for initial consideration, in advance of the prototyping stage. Our ability to execute rapid revisions and alternative options; help create a concept foundation that allow our clients to move forward to the next phase with confidence.
Once a HPP designed concept is approved, or we are working with a customer's existing design, we can quickly move to 3D surfacing, rapid prototyping, or verification modeling. Our imaging staff is well versed in various surfacing formats and from this, a finished die model can then be created for visual inspection.
HPP can produce prototype parts in various materials and processes as per the customers request. We have the ability to work in a multitude of materials including, fiberglass, carbon fiber, steel, aluminum, urethane ETC. as defined by the customer. Rapid prototyping, milling and on site mold creation, are some options customers can utilize to have HPP create a “one-off” or multiple prove outs of their concept.
show car build.
HPP has the ability to create any type of “one-off” vehicles a client may need to showcase a new concept or future product. “Showcar” builds at HPP can include metalwork, composites, custom paint, interior upgrades and performance enhancement, and are performed in-house by our talented, experienced staff. Our highly qualified build staff has it's roots in both the vehicle custom shop/street rod industry and high-end restoration facilities. They have created personal, custom vehicles for the show-car circuit as well as manufacturer limited editions and OEM “buzz-models”.
HPP can develop a tooling plan and parts production process to match any volume requirement. Through our experience in Global Procurement Practices with both low and high volume programs at the OEM level, HPP can offer a comprehensive sourcing and production option for any product or part.
HPP, through it’s partner companies, can also take any component and design the development path, and then execute the development protocol in compliance to OEM standards.