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3D printing Plastic parts

3D can deal with complex structures, reduce weight and improve, and fit precisely, which has obvious advantages.

STEP 1: PRODUCT DESIGN
The first of three additive manufacturing process steps is all about designing your product. In this step, you won’t be working with a physical prototype yet. This is where most of the CAD work is done and the conceptualization is completed.
STEP 2: PROTOTYPING
After the ideas are sorted through, it’s time to start running. This phase is all about getting a physical piece in your possession that you can work with. A prototype isn’t going to perform like a final product, but it will give you some answers that you need before you get to that step.
This is the step where a 3D printer really shows its worth. We can quickly print, test, redesign, and re-print prototypes for your operation. 3D printing is a low-cost, easy-to-design, fast-turnaround option. Of course, these two qualities are exactly what you’re looking for in a prototype.
STEP 3: PRODUCTION
The last stage of the 3D printing process is production. This entails making a final unit that’s ready to get shipped to a customer or used in your operation.
The product will determine whether a 3D printer can be used for mass production or if you have to stick to small-batch runs.

If you would otherwise need to buy special machines and tooling for your large-scale production run, it might be cheaper and faster for a 3D printed batch. In general, most small to medium-run batches are perfect for a 3D printer.

Plastic parts
Plastic parts
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