Accuracte and precise thanks to the computer aided design process
Rapid 3D Printing – Materials Used
What Is Rapid Prototyping?
Rapid prototyping is a series of techniques and skills used to quickly make up a scale model of a part or item, using 3d computer aided design (also known as CAD). The construction of the part is normally done through 3d printing. Today, there are lots of applications for rapid prototyping, and it’s often used as a more cost effective way to manufacture production quality parts in smaller numbers.
The beauty of using computer aided design during the process of manufacture is that accuracy of the finished product – there are no issues with human error, and the CAD system allows intricate and complex designs to be made up quickly and easily. This is great news for inventors, experimental designers and others who are looking to get a feel for how their design or product will look and function once it is made up for real.
Rapid Prototyping Key Features
COST EFFECTIVE MANUFACTURING
Rapid Prototyping cuts down the costs of short run production for those looking to make a small number of their products.
HIGH TECH ACCURACY
CAD systems allow complex and intricate pieces to be made easily and with few errors.
A great way to experiment with functionality of your design as parts are made to scale.
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Rapid Prototyping Contact
If you are interested in our rapid prototyping services, or would like to discuss your project with the team, then please contact us by either eMailing us direct, calling or by filling out the form opposite.
We’d love to meet you, but here at RENND our workshops are always busy and we can’t always accommodate drop-in visitors.
To avoid disappointment please contact us in advance if you wish to discuss your project.
What we do
RENND - provides concept modelling and prototype production services to the industry by combining leading edge manufacturing technology with traditional, experienced craftmanship. Located in Henley-on-Thames, South Oxfordshire, UK
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RG9 1HG, United Kingdom
(0)1491 220 002