When it comes to utilizing 3d printing for rapid prototyping, you are rewarded with parts for new medical devices as well as other products. This often means design risk reduction.
3D Prototype Designs Deliver Injection Molded Parts and Devices
Parts for products will range from instruments that are necessary for surgery - to glucose monitors. These are often produced using injection molding and CNC machining, depending on the parts.
Engineers or product designers will benefit by integrating 3d printing and injection molding. This needs to be done during post-launching phases for the product.
This prototype development process provides us with hands-on physical products. Experts who are capable of getting the product to look and feel exactly the way you want can then review these. It is one of the best ways to get detailed feedback about the product to secure your product’s success.
Bringing a design from idea to reality by using 3D printing, low volume injection molding, and machining simply speeds the process of validation and verification for the FDA 510(k) premarket submission.
3D printing has proven intensely valuable for complex designs and multipart assemblies. Providing accurate testing (including tests that digital analysis may miss) make it especially valuable for early evaluation of new parts.Read More