How will the prototyping of the future change?

In today’s increasingly digital world, engineers and designers rely on data that can be displayed on a screen to successfully produce models. But in product development, the importance of physically interacting with designs in the form of prototypes cannot be overstated. Before the digital age, prototyping was a hands-on skill. The experienced staff creates 3D…

4 Rapid Prototyping Methods for Indirect Manufacturing Molds

Use rapid prototyping to make master molds and pour soft materials such as wax, silicone rubber, epoxy resin, and polyurethane to form soft molds. For example, a mixture of metal and epoxy is colloidal at room temperature and can be cast and cured at room temperature, making it ideal for replicating molds. The injection mold made…