Rapid Sheet Metal™ Introduces the “Rapid Labs”

Nashua, NH, April 18, 2011: Rapid Sheet Metal Inc, specializing in the rapid turnaround of sheet metal prototypes, is rolling out a new custom fabricated product every month from their newly created “Rapid Labs”. The Rapid Labs was conceived by the engineers at Rapid Sheet Metal.  Occasionally seeing the need for a product where sheet metal would offer a solution, they decided to be proactive and design that solution themselves.  In between orders of custom sheet metal prototypes, the engineers brought their ideas to life, satisfying their own needs.  Now Rapid Sheet Metal is offering these custom sheet metal products to the public.


“We have a lot of talent in our engineering department, which provides us the opportunity to create different products and see them come to life.” said Steve Lynch, Engineering Manager at Rapid Sheet Metal. “That coupled with the access to a prototype sheet metal and machining facility capable of short run production parts inspired the products which are now coming out of the Rapid Labs.”


The Rapid Labs is producing a new product every month. The first custom sheet metal products, large and medium sized Dual LCD Monitor Stands, are now available on the Rapid Labs web page, www.therapidlabs.com. Future products, along with previously introduced ones, can be found on the web site as well.


About Rapid Sheet Metal Inc

Rapid Sheet Metal™ focuses strictly on providing sheet metal prototypes and time sensitive short run fabrications to new product developers and engineers. Typical quote response time is under 24 hours and most parts are shipped in six business days or less.  A 48 hour fast expedite sheet metal prototyping service is also available. Parts such as brackets, rac­ks, housings, and enclosures are fabricated to data from Solidworks, Pro/E, Inventor, KeyCreator/ Cadkey, SpaceClaim and other 3D CAD data sources from stainless steel, cold rolled steel and aluminum materials. Rapid Sheet Metal’s sister company, Rapid Machining, focuses on quick turn machined prototype parts.

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