A risk analysis is conducted in consultation with the client. We test whether the choice of material is suitable to meet the requirements.
In addition, we perform an analysis for the assembly of the plastic rotational moulding product. The end result is a final concept.
In order to mitigate risks as much as possible, Pentas conducts an FMEA (Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis). FMEA is a method to systematically investigate what potential issues may arise in the future with the process or with the plastic rotational moulding product.
In order to define the development, it is important to draft a Programme of Requirements (PoR) that your product will have to meet. Read more »
The concept focuses on integrating functions and producibility as a plastic rotational moulding product. This phase results in the delivery of one or multiple concepts with a motivation and testing of the concepts against the PoR as well as a substantiation with design sketches.
A risk analysis will be conducted in consultation with yourself. We will test whether the choice of material is suitable for your requirements.
Detailing of the plastic rotational moulding product is an important phase before we can proceed with mould construction and automation. Read more »
Based on your final 2D and 3D CAD drawings of the plastic rotational moulding product, Pentas will start development and mould construction. Read more »
Before Pentas takes your plastic rotational moulding product into mass production, the product and the process will have to be approved. Read more »
This extension of the production of your plastic rotational moulding product requires associated steps to validate the process. Read more »