Prototyping and Manufacturing Services to Help Satisfy Modern Market Expectations

eBook shows how 3D Systems On Demand rapid prototyping and manufacturing services help design engineers meet product development challenges.


Image courtesy of Robert Bronwasser Design via 3D Systems.

Design and manufacturing expectations keep escalating. There’s a heightened consumer desire for variety, customization, automation and technological innovation. Manufacturers across all industries want parts that are more durable, lighter-weight, and cost-efficient. Deadlines are being compressed from months to weeks or even days.

3D printing is addressing modern design engineering challenges by shortening the prototyping process, stimulating new design innovation, and giving designers and manufacturers the ability to experiment with new product development processes before committing on large production costs. And, all of it can be done via outsourcing.

Learn how 3D Systems On Demand rapid prototyping and manufacturing services help design engineers meet product development challenges.

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