Monthly Archives: February 2013

6 02, 2013

Nylon Material Lends Versatility to 3D Prototypes

2016-03-08T20:05:40+00:00 February 6th, 2013|Uncategorized|

The most important part of any rapid prototype is the material it is made from. This principle is the same with pretty much anything; if a building is made from Styrofoam, it will not last nearly as long as one built from bricks. After vigorous testing over the years, nylon material that either is nylon [...]

6 02, 2013

Other Uses of CAD

2016-03-08T20:00:54+00:00 February 6th, 2013|Uncategorized|

Computer-aided design programs (CAD) can be used for more than creating designs that can be read and produced by 3D prototype printer machines. Whether it is used in tandem with other programs or alone, its uses are numerous and varied. When paired with other Digital Product Development tools such as Computer-aided engineering (CAE), photo realistic [...]