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When to 3D Print In-House and When to Outsource
Prototyping with 3D printing helps teams communicate with stakeholders and ultimately results in better end products. There are three main methods: outsource to a 3D-printing service bureau, 3D print in-house with industrial machines, or 3D print in-house with desktop 3D printers. Which should you choose? Learn about the pros and cons in this whitepaper and see more about 3D printing in our infographic.Download Now
At a relatively low cost, teams can show 3D-printed prototypes to customers, business partners, and people across the company. Designers can receive feedback and quickly iterate designs, and high-quality visual prototypes can be used for marketing and sales. Functional prototypes can be user-tested and quickly revised, resulting in an end product that meets customer needs.
Additional 3D-printing whitepapers:
- Not Just for Prototypes: Faster, Cheaper, Better Desktop 3D Printing with Stereolithography (SLA)
- Optimizing Design for Functional 3D-Printed Assemblies: Tolerance & Fit
- Injection Molding from 3D-Printed Molds