We use the latest in technology, and manufacturing processes to create the best product with more functionality than anyone else on the market. Most parts are 3D scanned using the latest in scanning technology from Creaform. Then the parts are reverse engineered in VXelements to get the highest quality point-cloud to brep data transfer. We then confirm the data using a Reinashaw probe. We transfer the data to our modeling software into individual models. Once the parts are assembled in the computer, the part is then tested virtually using FEA, which stands for Finite Element Analysis in the computer. This analysis is necessary to establish a good factor of safety on all of our products. This ensures that our parts can hold up to the abuses demanded from harsh conditions, all before production. After analysis we then create an initial prototype using 3D printing to confirm fitment and functionality. This technique allows Collins Performance Technologies to maintain superior quality and deliver the most functional parts in the business before anyone else. We then manufacture the parts on our Okuma M560V CNC machine. All of this is done in house. We test all of the parts we create on our shop cars, under the harshest conditions, before bringing them on the market.