ICPS Prototyping

You need a prototype.Show us your project. We will realise it.
We will realize your project from your ideas!
You will receive a high-quality prototype, faithful to the plastic injection at the end of the process.

Impression 3D


  • Three stereolithography 3D printers,
  • One printer capable of printing technical materials such as: TPU, PEEK, PEI (also called ULTEM), carbonfibre, graphite, Kevlar, FPE, polycarbonate, fibreglass, POM (also called DELRIN), PolyVyniliDene Fluoride (PVDF),
  • One Polyjet,
  • One selective laser sintering machine which allows the printing of polyamides and TPUs
Coulée sous vide


Our production line for the vacuum casting allows us to manufacture small and medium-sized parts in a material that simulates polymer injection.

  • Using a master model, we create a silicone mold. Then, we make castings in numerous materials, standard and technical, such as: PEHD / PP / PS / ABS / ABS-PC / PA / PC transparents.
  • On demand, we manufacture parts in different reinforced materials such as: metallic powder, fiberglass, mica, ceramics, and others according to your needs.

Equipment used for rapid prototyping

3D Scanner

We use a 3D scanner to effectuate reverse engineering projects, with speed and precision.


Special-purpose Machines

After the design phase, we also create special machines in our atelier. These single-copy machines respond to the specific needs of an industrial firm.

Paint Booth

We use our Paint Booth to put finishing touches on our manufactured parts: sanding, coating (varnish or lacquer), and soft-touch varnish.


We offer machining operations with milling machines and lathe machine available to us through our local partners. We also do sheet-metal work and laser cutting in short delays.

Why prototyping ?

  • Functional and mechanical validation of a part, during the design phase of its manufacturing.
  • Testing of parts in real conditions, because the prototype is practically identical to the part.
  • Mechanical, esthetic, or ergonomic validations in very short delays.
  • Market-launch time of the product reduced to a few weeks.
  • Manufacture of parts and assemblies without assembly (or monobloc assembly).
  • Elimination of manufacturing errors by direct and exclusive exploitation of the 3D file.
  • Manufacture of small series of plastic parts for pre-production, their distribution, or their promotion.
  • Use of prototypes for the production of technical catalogs and presentation models.

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