There are many different prototyping processes and each uses a specific material to achieve the desired end result.
We will guide you through the options to suit your project, but for your information, here is a brief look at the prototyping processes most commonly used.
Manufacturing prototypes from plaster using 3D Printing is the most cost-effective prototyping process available today. Each part or prototype is built by alternating a layer of plaster with a bonding agent.
The finished part is then cleaned and impregnated with resin for strength. These parts can be readily "finished" to look like the end use product. Ideal for form studies, 3D printing is definitely the best solution for those on a tight budget.
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