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Prototype early and often with 3D printing.

In an uncertain economy, it's easy to want to cut corners and save costs. Designers design things to work, they think about how their designs will fit into processes, so why are prototypes necessary? Prototypes are necessary for the unforeseen complications, the issues that no one could have predicted. The only way to test a design to see if it works, before tooling an entire process, is to create a prototype. Think about the old adage to measure twice and cut once. Once you've made the cut, there's no going back, so it's imperative to make sure you measure correctly. Save yourself time and money by measuring twice and prototyping before tooling.

Over the next four pages, Scott Crump will discuss the importance of prototyping in a manufacturing system. He will discuss the importance of measuring twice, not cutting corners, and how it will pay off in the long run. In uncertain economic times, it's more important than ever to not cut corners and cost yourself in the long run. Do things right the first time. Learn how to save yourself money and download this whitepaper today.