The story of 3D printing started in prototyping. Now three decades after its invention, the industry has shifted, awakening the reality of production parts made with additive manufacturing across a range of applications.
Products are typically designed to be mass manufactured in thousands or hundreds of thousands, with prototypes being built and tested throughout the development process. The competition to market puts pressure on the product development life cycle. Lemo precision understands the product development life cycle and offers a full-range of manufacturing technologies and a team of experts to meet every step along the way.
Concept ModelingEarly-stage concept models, representations that convey the basic elements of a product, are typically produced in small numbers and don’t require all the functional characteristics of the final production part. Therefore, concept models can be produced using a variety of 3D printing technologies that are fast and affordable.
The fastest 3D printing technology on the market is PolyJet, with the ability to build parts with remarkably thin layer lines and in full CMYKW color. Lemo is also fast, providing opaque as well as translucent materials – perfect for concept modeling parts that may utilize glass or other transparent components. These technologies are easiest and most cost effective to finish to cosmetic requirements.
Lemo Precision can do fast prototype within 3-5 days, also supply mass production within 2 weeks.please send drawings to [email protected] for quotation.You can also visit our website www.ptjmachining.com for more information.
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