Why You Should Choose Rapid Prototyping?

The idea for prototype can be a very personal experience for any inventor. The idea for an invention can mean a great change for the better in many industries like medicine, disaster relief, or sports but how do you know the invention will be perfect from the beginning. To take a design for a new…

The idea for prototype can be a very personal experience for any inventor. The idea for an invention can mean a great change for the better in many industries like medicine, disaster relief, or sports but how do you know the invention will be perfect from the beginning. To take a design for a new product straight to high volume production can be detrimental. It is much less risky to create a prototype to use for research and test for design and functionality flaws before ever considering producing mass quantities. StudioRed’s rapid prototyping techniques can complete your prototype quickly and get you on the way to high volume production.

To create a product right out of the box without a prototype requires tooling costs and molding costs and both of these processes are expensive and time consuming. To take a product straight to production with functionality or market testing does not make good business or financial sense. Rapid prototyping allows you to study your invention and make sure it is of exceptional design before investing all of your time and money into a potential market failure. Creating a prototype allows the creator to do market research to gauge interest in the potential product or success and ease of use by potential buyers.

The time it takes to produce a rapid prototype at StudioRed is less than ten days guaranteed and we offer a larger variety of processes to best fit your prototype needs. Depending on the type of material used prototypes can be created using a variety of technologies. Our skilled technicians and engineers are expertly trained to produce flawless prototypes. Our quality assurance can give you the confidence to let us manufacture your design into a prototype.

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