The CNC-machined components keep rolling in! Our last prototype has been constructed and is now ready for our final evaluation before beginning mass production of these units. This prototype is a raw aluminum version; our final version will feature a black anodized finish.
The first completed component is the base/can portion of the product. This is a CNC-machined piece with internal threading on the upper portion, a port … Continue Reading ››
Time to fabricate/prototype our awesome catch can design! We would be using our in-house fabrication equipment and our 3D printer to develop a plastic and metal prototype.
We began by fabricating the base of the can from aluminum. Dan set to work cutting, welding, and polishing the base you see below.
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So we asked ourselves, what makes a catch can appealing to the masses? In a market swamped with extremely low-priced options, a new product could easily get lost in the mix of products already available. Our team began sifting through forums and asking our contacts at local shops to see … Continue Reading ››
An inside look at the engineering of Mishimoto products.