State-of-the-Art Technology

Estes Philosophy: State-of-the-Art Technology At Estes Design and Manufacturing, we’ve invested in the highest-quality technology available for our customers’ metal fabrication needs. Our philosophy is to profitably produce fabricated metal products with a level of service and quality preferred by the customer. The philosophy has four main areas of focus: Creative, Innovative Thinking People of…

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Estes Design and Manufacturing Featured in Medical Product Outsourcing (MPO)

Taking the Waste out of Product Development Medical Product Outsourcing (MPO) recently featured Estes Design and Manufacturing in its May issue based on our expertise in the product development and production of precision sheet metal products for the medical industry. Our process for taking a product from design to physical product has undergone many years…

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Estes Philosophy: Creative, Innovative, Thinking

  At Estes Design and Manufacturing, our philosophy is to profitably produce fabricated metal products with a level of service and quality preferred by the customer. This philosophy has four main areas of focus: 1. Creative, Innovative Thinking 2. People of High Character 3. State-of-the-Art Technology 4. Continuous Improvement Over the next few months, we…

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New Estes Express Prototyping case studies available on the website.

Do you need a high quality prototype manufactured quickly? The dedicated, rapid prototyping resources at Estes can help! Estes Express Prototyping solves customers’ varying needs with a personalized and professional approach to every   project. In one case study, Estes Express Prototyping used dedicated equipment and was able to deliver a completed prototype the same day.…

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Estes Featured in ODT Magazine

Orthopedic Design & Technology (ODT) recently featured Estes Medical Design, a division of Estes Design and Manufacturing, in an article titled, “New Technologies Reshape Orthopedic Design.” The story highlights that within the medical device industry, there is an increasing urgency for products with high quality, durability, and intuitive ease of use for practitioners. The design…

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5 Ways to Increase Manufacturability

“Research suggests that manufacturers spend 30% to 50% of their time fixing errors and almost 24% of those errors are related to manufacturability,” according to Kashyap Vyas in Machine Design. That’s a lot of wasted material, time and money due to mistakes. The good news is by following principles of design for manufacturing (DFM) and…