Timing can be as important as the idea itself. In the competitive consumer products field, in-house 3D printing enhances collaboration, shrinks time to market, and helps keep new devices under wraps until launch.In the consumer goods market, additive manufacturing has created new possibilities throughout the phases of functional prototyping, design, tooling, and even through series part production.
Additive manufacturing applications in the consumer product industry are growing in number and adapting to the specific nature and constraints of a rapidly expanding sector with an ever-increasing need to reduce development time. Industrial designers, mechanical engineers, packaging designers, graphic artists, and marketing staff all use prototypes to understand a product’s aesthetic and functional appeal. 3D printing gives your idea the speed to match its brilliance.