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Industrial / Spare PartsThe use of 3D printed prototypes is revolutionizing the industry, allowing current and potential investors alike the ability to see what their products looks like, and get a hitherto impossible understanding of its feel, and capabilities. It allows manufacturers to grow their horizons, and our services could become a powerful tool in their arsenal.

The lack of any Minimum Order Quantities (MOQs) required in this space, for 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing, is one of the core strengths of the technology, allowing customers to create and innovate without limits.3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing is also quickly changing the manufacturing industry in other ways all over the globe. In the past, prototypes were used to test designs. While that’s still true, there is significantly more room for flexibility at this stage than ever before thanks to 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing. The traditional manufacturing process required distinct stages. These stages all relied on physical models, and with these came limitations.In the beginning, the prototype couldn’t be made with similar models or capabilities of the final product. This meant there were fewer opportunities for accurate design and testing. Now, the digital thread can be used throughout the entire process, and more accurate, well-designed models are available, thanks to 3D Printing.One of the most important ways 3D Printing improves the creation of prototypes is through the introduction of further innovation.


While in the traditional process different parts are assembled to create a whole product while 3D Printing removes these constraints. 3D printers can build complex and valuable products without needing any additional design elements. Because there are fewer constraints to the design projects, engineers and designers alike can think freely. We are seeing how companies around the globe are building products that push the boundaries on what we’ve seen before.


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