How does this happenProduct:product design and development
Designers understand the paramount importance of 3D printing in product development process in this competitive environment. Numerous leading product designers have already integrated the 3D printing in their product prototyping stage. In modern product design, 3D printing has taken up the responsibility of being an end-to-end and cost-effective prototyping solution. Here are a few benefits of 3D Printing.
- Reduce Costs: Outsourcing conventional prototypes takes days and is expensive. Every change and iterations to the design leads to additional costs. 3D printing services empowers users to create prototypes easily and create multiple versions of it quickly.
- Rapid Prototyping: 3D printed consumer product design allows for rapid prototyping in the pre-manufacturing stage. Time saved in the prototyping stage helps businesses manufacture quicker and reach markets faster. Overall, manufacturers enjoy the benefits of lower costs and added agility
- Risk Reduction: 3D printed consumer product design approach helps designers test and identify future design and manufacturing problems. With 3D printing, designers get a real-life version of the product to study, improve, and optimize. This reduces risk by testing a design before making any tool investments.
- Real-Life Perspective: Drawings, blueprints, or digital 3D models cannot emulate “real-life” perspective offered by their 3D printed counterpart. This modern way of prototyping has provisions to incorporate human factors and ergonomics (HF&E) in design.
How does this happenFrom Design to Product:
Sometimes its hard to imagine “real life” perspective of design, So we’ll show you direct comparision of before (Design Stage) and after (Prototype Stage), which seamlessly incorporate human factors and ergonomics (HF&E) in design.