New product release? Quickly construct a prototype in a few days with our 3D rapid prototyping services.
Don’t get stuck. Prototype all you want with the experts in 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping services!
MakerCarl helps businesses turn brilliant ideas into actual products through superior quality prototypes
that can withstand a high level of impact and heat. Our team of professionals ensure high-accuracy
no matter how difficult the details can be.
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It is a common fabrication process in which we create a physical part, model, or
assembly using 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD). The creation is completed
through an additive manufacturing process or commonly known as 3D printing.
3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping services are a perfect match in the design industry.
The two are sometimes used interchangeably, but they are actually unique from each other.
It’s time we make things clear: Rapid Prototyping is the technique of creating
a prototype using CAD, while 3D Printing is the technology we use for this technique.
Soar past the limit and create a prototype of your design in just a few days! Let’s take a closer look at the
common types of rapid prototyping that we offer to help you decide which one could be the ideal
option for your next project:
A liquid-based rapid prototyping technology. It converts liquid to solid state through the process of curing.
It uses a low-power UV laser to produce a 3D object in a vat of liquid photosensitive polymer.
The process where plastic or wax materials extrude through a nozzle. This technology is solid-based and
it traces the cross sectional geometry layer by layer.
Prototypes are crucial in every step of the product development process.
Whether it’s to analyze your product design or to verify it with a model that
fits the real thing, 3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping gives you the opportunity
to see through your design.
• A low cost and quick turnaround technique to visually and functionally test a product design.
• A strategy that allows Designers and Engineers to expand design possibilities.
• A process that cuts out the need for customized products to be designed from
scratch while providing greater choice and flexibility for clients.
• Allows you to spot inaccuracies and fix it before the actual production.
• High accuracy prototypes that closely match the actual product to be released in the market.
• High-quality and durable finishing options, and many more.