THE FREEDOM TO INNOVATE AND ITERATE AT EVERY STAGE
When you innovate new designs, 3D printing lets you try new prototypes, addressing problems and finding solutions as you go, it’s all is just a matter of hours. Even those with complex internal structures and geometries, something that traditional methods just can’t offer.
- Concept models
- Functional Testing
- Custom tools & parts
- Jigs, fixtures & gauges
- Small production runs
Why Choose a Printer in Engineering
- 3D printing shrinks the development process from months to a matter of days
- You’re able to test ideas quickly and discover what does and doesn’t work. New iterations have no cost penalties
- Engineers can discuss a design with peers or rapidly test the market potential at a trade-show
- It’s easy to personalize and tweak parts to uniquely fit your needs at no extra cost and in just a matter of hours
- You can verify a design before investing in an expensive molding tool
- Even the most complex moving parts are achievable
- You can directly cast a steel with a Castable Resin Printer.
Iterate and Innovate at Every Stage with 3D Printing
3D printing enables you to address problems, try new prototypes, and looking for the solutions on the go when it comes to engineer whole new designs within just few hours. Even the prototypes with complex geometries and internal structures can be printed with ease.
- Functional Testing
- Concept Models
- Jigs, Fixtures & Gauges
- Custom Tools & Parts
- Small Production Runs
Gain Perfection in Your Designs with Precise Testing
With our advanced 3D printing, we are promised to deliver agile, iterative product development. Functional prototyping with digital materials and engineering thermoplastics reveals the performance of your nest product well before you start with production tooling.
Why Choose 3D Printing for Engineering Prototypes?
- 3D printing fastens the development process from months to few days
- Engineers can easily discuss the design with their team or test the market potential
- You can easily test your ideas instantly and find out what works and what not. No cost penalties have been involved in new iterations.
- One can achieve even the most complex parts of moving
- You can easily verify the design before you invest in costly molding tool
- You can use a Castable Resin Printer to cast a steel with ease
Get the Perfect Prototyping Application at FIBROX 3D
You can now build your complex geometrical structures instantly and get it to market faster. Make improvements and fix errors quickly throughout the design process when it is least expensive.
For high performance prototypes which can deal with chemical, thermal and mechanical stress and for functional prototypes in industrial-grade thermoplastics like PC and ABS, choose FIBROX 3D printing solutions. Custom test elements and tough prototypes will spruce up your functional testing to enhance certification confidence and performance data.
For superb and realistic prototypes with the feel of a finished product, such as clear components, soft-touch parts, shock absorption and living hinges, rely on our latest 3D printing technology. Our high quality printers can print several materials and varied Shore values. You can easily conduct testing and experiment with more freedom.
Now you can get started with our lightweight 3D printer and get the final project printed in 316 Grade Stainless Steel. Traditionally, this project would take up 16 weeks to turn a model into a finished component. But with FIBROX 3D printer, it takes only one week or two.
Our 3D printing allows your customers to get engaged by starting the conversation early with them and showing the prototypes of your final project. It is our strategic knowledge that enables us to engage with the customers in the design process. This way, they can easily get the product to market a lot faster than ever. Along with saving the sizeable amount of time, on average of more than 10 weeks for each component instead of using traditional methods, it also enables our clients to experiment on elements and designs without having to invest in costly tooling.