Rapid Prototyping

Rapid Prototyping
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Rapid prototyping is the rapid prototyping process to visually and functionally evaluate engineering product design. In an engineering product design, the prototype is a preliminary version of the final product and is used to evaluate the design, test the technology or analyze the working principle. Prototype production is an integral part of engineering product design and, more importantly, an important phase of an overall new product development process. Rapid prototyping can be used at any stage of the product development cycle or for any component or subcomponent and can be repeated many times throughout the new product design process.

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Although additive manufacturing is mostly used in prototype production, various manufacturing technologies can also be used. Other technologies used for rapid prototyping include high speed machining, casting, molding and extrusion technologies. While additive manufacturing is the most common rapid prototyping process, other more traditional processes can also be used for prototyping. In order to develop prototypes, a 3D model of the part to be produced, that is CAD data, is needed. Prototype production is carried out using CAD Data, by choosing one of the traditional or innovative manufacturing methods.

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Rapid Prototyping Methods

We can divide rapid prototyping methods into 2 parts. The first is the additive manufacturing method, and the second is the traditional manufacturing methods.

Among the additive manufacturing methods, there are different three-dimensional printer technologies such as FDM, SLS, SLA, MJF, Polyjet, DMLS. Rapid prototyping, that is, prototype production, can be done with these 3d printing technologies.

CNC machining or casting technologies are among the traditional manufacturing methods.

Why Is Rapid Prototyping Important?

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In the rapidly evolving modern-day consumer market, companies need to develop and launch new products faster to stay competitive. Rapid prototyping is a key element of new product development, as faster product development and technology innovation are key to a company’s success. The following objectives are achieved through rapid prototyping.

Faster new product development – Prototyping plays a vital role in the process of creating successful products as it speeds up the new product development process.
Early design/concept validation of the form, fit and function of the design
Final stage product validation based on technical requirement and business objectives
It allows functionality testing to test the purposes of the concept and finalize the specification.
Advantages of Rapid Prototyping

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Saving Time
Reduced design and development time
Cost Savings
Reduced overall product development cost
Minimum Risk
Elimination or reduction of risk
Proven Functionality
Functionality test
User Engagement
Improved and increased user engagement
Ability to evaluate human factors and ergonomics
unlimited possibilities
functional parts
24/7 support in production
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Excellent trade show products
Final Products
Domestic and international cargo

Prototype Application Examples

Concept Prototyping
Functional Prototyping
Aesthetic Prototypes
Industrial Design Prototypes
Final product
Fair, Show and Presentation Prototypes

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Is Rapid Prototyping and 3D Printing the Same Thing?

No, it is not. In today’s product development process, rapid prototyping is widely used alongside terms like “3D printing” and “additive manufacturing” because 3D printing first came to the forefront as a way to quickly produce prototypes. 3D printing or additive manufacturing is a manufacturing process, while prototyping is the final result or final product. Also, 3D printing can be used alone or in combination with other processes to create rapid prototyping.