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Beijing, China






Mechanical Or Industrial Engineering

What we do

RPWORLD, founded in 2003, is committed to on-demand mechanical parts manufacturing services. For over 20 years, RPWORLD has been providing customized one-stop manufacturing solutions for 20,000+ projects from 40 countries around the globe, becoming one of the world's fastest and most comprehensive manufacturing suppliers. Focusing on CNC Machining, Injection Molding, Urethane Casting, DFM analysis and more, RPWORLD empowers global R&D-based industries, such as medical devices, scientific instruments, aerospace, automotive parts, to bring new ideas to market quickly and cost-effectively by world-class prototyping and manufacturing solutions.

Latest Posts

Optimize part design to reduce CNC machining time and cost

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Designing Machined Parts

Explore the impact and challenges of drivetrain design and find how RPWORLD comes in to accelerate the design iteration.

Customized Drivetrain Components: Meeting the Challenges of EV Design

According to the Global EV Outlook from IEA, the EV stock reaches 145 million in 2030, accounting for 7% of the road vehicle fleet. However, one of the main challenges facing EVs is the battery, which determines the performance, range, safety, and cost of the vehicle.

Supercharge EV's Performance with Optimized Battery Enclosures

RPWORLD offers one-stop shop solution for product development, prototyping, and production, whether it is for low or high volumes.

Streamline Your Product Development with RPWORLD Turnkey Manufacturing

At recent 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Sony and Honda revealed their first electric vehicle prototype, which is equipped with 45 cameras and sensors, as well as Electric Rearview Mirrors.

Mirror, Mirror on the Car, Who's the Most Reliable of Them All?

Is the Vacuum Casting process about to become obsolete? This is not an abrupt question. Vacuum casting is a widely used and cost-effective manufacturing solution for prototyping and low-volume production.

Will Vacuum Casting Still Have a Place in the World of 3D Printing?