3D Printing is having a revolutionary impact on modern day product design and manufacturing. Additive manufacturing allows product designers to design without limitations, streamline production and expand performance across the product development life cycle allowing businesses to reach the market and the consumers faster. Here’s what you need to know about how 3D printing can reduce the time and expense involved in developing your next product and bringing it to market.
Director Alistair Lofthouse of ALD Design & Print is always striving to be at the forefront of technology, from traditional printing to cutting edge 3D printing. Alistair’s company offers a series of 3D printed locomotive kits for the avid locomotive enthusiast to build and enjoy.View case study
Making up to 100 iterations per design cycle, Bhold has significantly minimized the risks, shortened the time to market and reduced prototyping costs. In addition, 3D printing opened a whole new world of complex and beautiful geometries that were impossible to achieve with traditional alternatives.View case study
Killa Design uses 3D printing to create iconic designs that are fast becoming landmarks – including one of the most complex structures ever built. 3D printing the buildings of tomorrowView case study
Snow Business uses Ultimaker to speed up its iterative R&D process, achieving significant cost savings along the way.View case study
Implementing a new technology can be a painful experience, slowing down your core business and not returning results immediately. Let our team take your headaches away, our knowledge of integrating 3D printing into different industries and applications is second to none. We’d love to hear about your project and help you find the right solution.
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