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Application of 3D printing in industrial design

Master Pattern in Vacuum Casting

Vacuum casting is a manufacturing methods suitable for small batch production. First immerse the master printed by SLA 3D printers in the silicone to form the mold. Then pour the 3D printing material such as polyurethane into the mold and cast the polyurethane under vacuum. Finally, separate the silicone mold and take out the parts casted.


Concept modeling, functional prototyping

During the industrial design process, it is necessary to repeatedly generate different functions and types of parts. While traditional methods have many drawbacks such as long production lead times, high labor intensity, poor accuracy, and high costs, 3D printing technology allows for quick, easy, and accurate access to the required part models.

Production of tools required in the industrial design process

Industrial design is a creative activity where different products and different designers need to use various equipment and tools to assist in the design process, most of which are made by the designers to suit their needs. It can then be done through 3D printing machines instead of spending a lot of time generated by various processing methods.


Short run parts production

Compared to traditional manufacturing processes, 3D printing shortens the production process, shortens time, reduces costs, and more. These benefits allow for easy and timely design modifications, while traditional manufacturing techniques, costs, and time are high, and 3D printing allows for quick and flexible small batch pilot production of products.

Related SLA 3D Printers:

Helios-P series

Ultra D series

[Helios-P 450 SLA 3D Printer]

[Helios-P 600 Best SLA Printer]

[Ultra D450 Resin 3D Printer]

[Ultra DX600 Laser 3D Printer]