Choosing 3d prototyping technology can bring diversification benefits

Many products require a variety of different sizes and shapes of parts in the production process, and some customers require overly complex part designs, resulting in longer production cycles and increased costs. But, fortunately, there is now 3d prototyping technology, no matter how complex the design you need, through 3d printing can be quickly and clearly printed into reality, not only for the development of prototype parts, but also for the end-use occasions, the application is very diverse.

3d prototyping speeds up delivery time

In the past, designers had to submit 3d prototyping for production of parts, from CAD files to parts production, during which various cutting and mold processing were required, and the manufacturing time was greatly extended. With the widespread use of 3d prototyping technology, the above production process is effectively shortened without the need for any cutting or tooling, providing effective support for fast delivery.

3d prototyping is the solution for complex parts

For more complex parts or parts with special customer requirements, the processing difficulty is significantly increased, making it difficult to control both time and production costs. However, 3d prototyping technology can be used to create highly accurate molds through SLA rapid modeling, whether it is a thin-walled part or a part with sharp corners and other complex shapes.

3d prototyping is compatible with special materials

Conventional part manufacturing requires a high level of raw materials, but 3d prototyping can use a variety of special materials, such as clear resins, casting resins or resin resins, to meet customer-specific needs while saving costs.

Wide range of applications for 3d prototyping

Because of the many advantages of 3d prototyping, this technology is widely used in different fields, such as automotive structural parts and architectural 3D molds, and even in high-tech industries such as biotechnology and the aerospace industry. The benefits of diversity can also save time, production costs and manufacturing costs, bringing a better experience to consumers.


What kinds of prototypes are there?

Ten categories of prototyping
... sketches and diagrams Rapid modeling or 3D printing. Physical representation. In a wireframe. use augmented or virtual reality to role-play. ... Possibility Working prototype. a prototype video. More things...

2D prototyping: what is it?

The best thing about 2D prototypes is that you don't need any specialized tools or equipment to use them to test your concepts. In reality, you can print out full-size drawings of your parts using a conventional Inkjet or laser printer, cut out the forms using an X-ACTO knife, and then inspect your work.

What about prototyping and agile?

Use quick, economical methods to present your design concepts to clients as early as feasible in the design process. Repeat quick design-and-test cycles to identify user needs, keep your attention on user priorities, and give users a chance to try out your novel ideas.

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