Industrial design could not exist without prototypes, through which we have a chance to check in real conditions what previously was presented only on a computer screen. Before we begin the complex and process-long production process of a given product, it is of great importance how we carry out the prototyping process. Determining the ergonomics, functionality of the project and the impressions accompanying the reception of a given product are very important points of the designer work.
Design projects available through 3D printers are a chance to experiment with form and usability. 3D printing is characterized by speed and low cost of production, thanks to which verifying projects on a 1: 1 scale is a profitable part of working on new models. In the pattern created in this way, you can easily find any structural errors or omissions, and thus - make changes that will affect the final acceptance of the final product.
With a fully functional or working prototype in your hands, it's easier to assess how it will be behaved in the environment, what its impact on the environment will be and how its interaction with users will look like.
As a direct user of Factory 2.0 I can say that I am satisfied with the quality of prints, user-friendly software and the user interface. A large working area of 500 x 500 mm is available, excellent cooperation and assistance in the start-up phase and gaining experience in 3D printing technology.
Using the OMNI3D Printroom services significantly speeds up the work of our R&D team. Parts printed on Factory 2.0 meet our requirements - both in terms of component strength, dimensional accuracy and time of order completion
A solid business partner, which is undoubtedly OMNI3D, has allowed us to make a fully functional model of a new product. Speed of action and accuracy of performance is at the highest level.