Contract manufacturing is a solution that allows you to produce your own products in the shortest possible time, without the significant costs of starting up production and building your own infrastructure.
PeckMill has been producing parts for the automotive, defense, aerospace and shipbuilding industries using state-of-the-art technology and equipment since 2018.

Steps of work

Consultation and choice of production method
The process starts with customer consultation, during which the requirements for parts and their functional characteristics are determined. Then materials and optimal production technology are selected, batch size and production time are determined.

Duration: 7-14 days
Milling of master models and part molding
In the absence of ready-made dies, the work begins with the milling of MDF molds corresponding to the geometry and dimensions of the parts that will be used in the molding process.

Duration: 7-21 days
Post-processing and quality control
Finished parts undergo a machining stage, including removal of excess material and sanding to achieve the desired appearance and surface smoothness. Each product is quality controlled to ensure it meets customer requirements.

Duration: 3-5 days
Packing and shipping
The finished parts are packed in accordance with the customer's requirements and additionally undergo the procedure of trimming before transferring the batch to the transportation company, after which they are delivered to the place of destination.

Duration: 1-2 days
Technologies of parts production
  • Open molding
    Open molding of glass fibers allows the creation of parts without limitations in size and geometric configurations, which provides high flexibility in design and allows the production of customized solutions. It is the fastest and most budget-friendly production method.

    Batch volumes: up to 150 sq.m./month.
  • Cold vacuum infusion
    fiberglass, carbon, basalt
    In the vacuum infusion method, the material and mold are placed in a vacuum chamber where negative pressure is created. The binder material is then injected under pressure, penetrating the glass fiber and filling the voids under vacuum. It is most often used in the production of carbon fiber parts.

    Batch volumes: up to 80 sq.m./month.
  • Tooling milling
    A molding tool is a prototype of your product in the form of a positive or negative, based on the geometry of which the subsequent parts will be produced. The tooling is necessary for any production method. MDF is used for its production. You get a mold from which you can repeatedly remove the matrix.

    Batch volumes: up to 300 sq.m./month.

Quality Guarantees

  • Contractual Agreements: We enter into a contract that clearly defines quality standards, manufacturing requirements, lead times and the parties' liability for non-compliance
  • Certification: We use certified materials and manufacturing processes that meet accepted industry standards and quality requirements.
  • Quality Control: We conduct quality control at all stages of production, including inspection of incoming materials, manufacturing processes and finished products.
  • Warranty: We provide a warranty on our part for the quality and reliability of manufactured parts.