3D Printing

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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Loves life, exploring and exploring technology. Founder at the Cad Design Centre : Technology Training and Consulting- CAD, AutoCAD, 2D, 3D, 3D Printing, Programming, Animated Video and Computers. For Professionals, Adults and Young Ones

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