28th July 2020
Endless innovation thanks to 3D printers
When time is money, manufacturers face the challenge of turning out top-quality products in the most efficient way available. It’s a challenge that 3D printing is helping to meet head-on.
From consumer electronics, through sporting goods to children’s toys, both PolyJet and FDM methodologies are encouraging the creation of ultra-realistic prototypes, as well as enabling design iterations to be completed more quickly and cheaply than ever before.
By using multiple colours and materials in the same build, today’s army of industrial designers, mechanical engineers and graphic artists leave no stone unturned in understanding the functionality and aesthetics of a product before taking it to market.