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What is Low-Volume Production?

Low-volume manufacturing means producing smaller quantities of parts or assemblies, although the exact amount may vary by situation, application, or industry. Also called small-batch production, it’s used by everyone from startups to Fortune 500 companies to ensure the products they deliver to market perform as expected.

There are many benefits to this production method over high-volume orders. Here are some reasons why:

  • Low Cost
  • Greater Design Flexibility
  • Faster Time To Market
  • Acts As Bridge Between Prototyping And Full-Scale Production

Low-volume manufacturing offers the ability to make changes otherwise not possible with high-volume manufacturing. Products are made in small quantities, so the impact of design modifications is minimal. 

Since orders are comprised of smaller quantities, turnaround time is also faster than high-volume manufacturing. This enables you to deliver products faster than other production models.

Furthermore, low-volume production can be a bridge between prototyping and full-scale production. It reduces risk, lead time and costs, and will continue to benefit many industries in the future.

Leading Source

Ohio Laser is an ISO 9001:2015-certified provider of metal fabrication solutions for consumer, commercial, and industrial applications. Our area of expertise is taking your design from print to finished product with low-volume production. Here are the manufacturing capabilities we offer:

  • Tube Laser Cutting
  • Flat Laser Cutting
  • Metal Inert Gas Welding, or MIG Welding
  • Tungsten Inert Gas Welding, or TIG Welding
  • Metal Assembly
  • CNC Machining
  • Metal Machining
  • Metal Finishing
  • Press Brake Bending
  • Drilling and Tapping

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Standing Behind Our Work 

Finding the right manufacturing partner for low-volume production can be challenging. The wrong fit can result in delays or, worse, nonconforming products. With Ohio Laser, you have the peace of mind knowing your project is in the right hands. We aim to provide excellent service to our clients, no matter the order size or complexity.

Our design and engineering teams work with you to understand your goals and applicable customer requirements or industry standards beforehand. Once all production and quality objectives are understood, manufacturing kicks off. 

Parts coming off our production lines are inspected to ensure optimal quality. Precision measuring equipment is used to ensure applicable requirements are met, and orders are audited for accuracy before shipment. 

This dedication to quality has made Ohio Laser the trusted low-volume manufacturing provider for clients across many business sectors. 


  • Agricultural
  • Mining
  • Food Service Equipment
  • Transportation
  • Automotive
  • Rail
  • Off-Road Equipment
  • All-Terrain Vehicle, or AT
  • Heavy Truck
  • Lawn and Garden
  • Tractors and Mowers
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Point of Purchase Displays
  • Store Fixtures
  • Telecommunications
  • Construction Equipment
  • Fitness Equipment

Why Ohio Laser

What’s unique about Ohio Laser’s on-location fabrication services is client dedication. Our experienced technicians support your personnel through all aspects of production. They do the work, keeping the project running smoothly. Additionally, they pass down effective and safe work habits to your employees.

Make production schedule worries a thing of the past. With Ohio Laser, your staffing needs are covered. 

Contact us for more information about our third-party plant management services.

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