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Custom Converting & Custom Fabrication

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Essentially interchangeable terms, custom converting and custom fabrication involve the creation of completely custom products that are designed and manufactured to match the exact specifications of the converter/fabricator’s client. In some cases, the custom converting and fabrication process begins at the design stages. The converter/fabricator will work with the client to finalize the design of the part or product at hand, to make it easier to manufacture and, therefore, less expensive. Once the design is confirmed, the converter/fabricator procures the materials required; this is often considered part of the design stage, as materials can dictate the manufacturing process(es) used. Any dies, tooling, or special equipment required for converting and fabrication are manufactured or otherwise procured by the converter/fabricator. Finishing, packaging, and shipping—or at the very least, delivery to the client—of the end product is also covered by the converter/fabricator. For the most part, custom fabrication an