3d Printing is still very new in Malaysia, and not many understand how it could help speed up the process of prototyping getting products out to market fast and at a much cheaper cost.
Mainly the projects we get are Prototyping work for new designs that require
a. 2-3 Prototypes – for having a visual look at the model, before refining the design again.
b. Small quantity runs – between 100-500 pieces of a new experimental product, which could change again in a few months, and does not warrant mould making
c. High End Precision 3D Printing – with the latest high end Machines – examples:
d. Small scale manufacturing projects – for short runs, or medium quantity longer runs.
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