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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.

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.
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.
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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