Thursday, 17 January 2019 06:00

Tooling Feasibility - Why it’s worth it

Today's world is based on modern solutions in all aspects of our lives. At each step we are accompanied by innovative technologies. Even seemingly ordinary tools and devices that we use on a daily basis are constantly changing. They are continually perfected to make people's lives easier at home and at work.

However, not many of us stop to think how these objects are formed and how important the decision-making and testing process is in their production. One of the first steps in each project the cost effectiveness and feasibility study. Most people associate these terms with decision-making processes related to large marketing projects, the implementation of marketing strategies, etc. As it turns out, these decision-making processes allow to evaluate and analyse the potential of your project in virtually every area, also in the production of various types of tools to be marketed or refined in an advanced technological process.


Such profitability and feasibility analysis of a given product usually consists of several steps that allow to assess whether the product will actually meet the needs of the consumer and whether its production will be profitable for the manufacturer.

The feasibility study usually involves four stages – the market, economic, technical, and strategic analyses. In the case of tool production, technical analysis is essential for checking how an object works or whether the design is suitable for the purposes of the manufacturer, and whether the object will be right for the customers. At this stage, it is very important to analyse the prepared prototypes that are to be used for consumer testing. This leads to the next stages of the product’s feasibility study.

After examining its potential, the manufacturers initiate full production of the product. For more information, read the article at


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