rapid prototyping

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Published By: Autodesk     Published Date: May 22, 2017
The future of making things is here, and it is complex. Engineering leaders are under constant and growing pressure to find more innovative solutions for increasingly demanding customers in the context of an extremely competitive global market.
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additive manufacturing, generative design, simulation, high-speed manufacturing, smart manufacturing, enhanced customization, innovation, rapid prototyping
    
Autodesk
Published By: Autodesk     Published Date: May 22, 2017
Industrial applications of additive manufacturing are expanding across many industries, driven by rapidly improving capabilities and economics
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additive manufacturing, generative design, simulation, high-speed manufacturing, smart manufacturing, enhanced customization, innovation, rapid prototyping
    
Autodesk
Published By: HP Inc.     Published Date: Jul 17, 2017
In May of 2013 McKinsey & Company published their now famous report which outlined twelve disruptive technologies that would have a big impact by 2025. 3D printing was one of them and consumer products were a driving force. In the report, they noted that, “3D printing could have meaningful impact on certain consumer product categories, including toys, accessories, jewelry, footwear, ceramics, and simple apparel.” They predicted that “global sales of products in these categories could grow to $4 trillion a year (at retail prices) by 2025.”
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3d manufacturing, digital printer, digital manufacturing, printer, scanning, printing solutions, 3d printer, rapid prototyping
    
HP Inc.
Published By: ITI     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Today 3D CAD models are driving the world's product development processes. Finite Element Analysis, Rapid Prototyping, NC programming, Data Exchange, and other downstream applications rely to a growing extent on the direct use of CAD models to streamline processes saving time and money.
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supply chain, scm, supply chain management, computer aided design, cad models, cad model, product development, product testing
    
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Published By: RedEye On Demand     Published Date: Apr 09, 2009
Direct digital manufacturing, otherwise known as rapid manufacturing, is a process that employs additive fabrication technology (aka rapid prototyping) to produce end-use items. Directly from CAD data, components are manufactured without molding, casting or machining. The impact of direct digital manufacturing is far-reaching, and the opportunities and advantages are extensive. This is why direct digital manufacturing is heralded as the next industrial revolution.
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redeye on demand, cad, rapid manufacturing, jigs & fixtures, design for manufacturability, design for assembly, return on investment
    
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