Just when you thought you had seen it all, in comes 3d printing. This latest venture has gotten people chatting up a storm, trying to fathom the sheer gravity of this concept and of course figuring out how it really works. Overall, it is not too difficult to grasp although if you do delve into it the technology might get confusing for someone who is not too familiar with the terminology or tech-talk in general. However, it cannot be argued that this is truly a revolutionary step forward, and that there are so many benefits to be reaped as you will see below.
Of course factories today are equipped with some of the best machinery and manpower which means productivity is quite high regardless, and quality too is monitored in the process. With this new mode of printing though, it can safely be said that efficiency is about to shoot through the roof. In a matter of a few hours, various types of products can be created (provided you have all the necessary requirements) and through 3D prototyping in Singapore one can identify any drawbacks and take steps to fix them in record time. For medical purposes, this is simply invaluable.
With 3d printing, there is so much you can do. In fact, some of the world’s biggest names are already using this technology which has set them a pace ahead of the rest. There are various ways of actually printing the objects, although what it truly noteworthy is the fact that you can print a range of items of all shapes and sizes. Which means that when it comes to testing for a new product, you could simply use this concept to help you visualise the final outcome.
Catering to an exclusive line of customers? Well now you can add your own personalisation on the spot. Thanks to 3D prototyping, you can now print multiple test versions on the spot, which means you can have your clients with you and finalise the design then and there without having to send many different designs via e-mail and schedule endless meetings until both parties are satisfied. Think about how much time this saves you! Along with maximum personalisation, there is also closer interaction and lesser conflicts which is great.
Although as of now the cost of implementing 3d printing is rather high as the printer and sourcing of materials rack up a fair amount, in the future businesses in particular will find this to be quite a cost-efficient method of production. Of course, there is still so much to be sorted out such as licensing, copyright, branding and so on, but once these have been addressed, there will be no need to invest in gigantic, complicated machinery when you can have the same result done in a much more feasible way. Truly, a historic invention that will change the course of time as we have known it!