Understanding the future
Rapid Prototyping, which is what 3D printing has been traditionally used for, is expected to grow from $4.4 billion to nearly $10 billion. The largest overall value, however, will likely occur in 3D printing's other primary use: molds and tooling. They will grow from 2020's value of $5.2 billion to $21 billion by 2030.
Through the Journey
Introducing a rapid manufacturing process that enables to design advancements in product performance, reliability, cost, and weight all at once, and to do it more quickly.
We’ve experienced the possibilities that additive manufacturing delivers to product designs, expanding the design frame and allowing the production of lightweight, more robust components and systems. We've created goods that function better, have more intricate designs, but are easier to construct.
We are now working with customers to assist them integrate 3D printing into their operations by offering machines, materials, and technical design skills.
Experience us with DFMA workflow for reverse engineering