Rapid Prototyping is the term used for the creation of a 3D model part or product, in accelerated time. The team of experts at Ogle have a wide range of processes at its disposal – all in house.
These include advanced industrial 3D printing & additive manufacturing processes such as stereolithography and plastic laser sintering; more traditional subtractive processes such as CNC machining; as well as the vacuum casting process. Ogle offers its industrial clients an extensive rapid prototyping service providing superior, highly accurate prototypes on time, every time.
Benefits of Rapid Prototyping for your project
Over traditional methods, rapid prototyping produces faster lead times on the production of the prototype, meaning reduced costs and development time.
You gain more control over the design, part complexity and material choices for your project due to the variety of process available in rapid prototyping.
Rapid prototyping allows designers to create models that look and feel real to users quickly, allowing quick feedback for more testing and model variations.
Animations and interaction patterns in the technology help turn the complex into the understandable, which is crucial to digital usability and the design process.
Additive processes have proved greatly advantageous in a number of industrial sectors to date, including, but not limited to, aerospace, architecture, automotive, creative design, defence, electronics and medical.
BT chose Ogle Models to help them produce a prototype for their new wireless phone.
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