Anyone who has shopped for a product online before knows that seeing something in person and handling it is different than seeing it on screen. It can be hard to convey the weight, feel and detail of an object on screen, so, often, the thing that tips the scale is being able to see a model in person. That’s where 3D Prototype comes in.
When pitching an idea with an exact, durable model, you aren’t just showing hypotheticals; you are showing an exact preview. This makes it easy to imagine what the end result will be like, because you are all but holding it in your hand. Having a to-scale model also enables you to test the part and see if it fits where you need it. If the single model doesn’t fit or function as you had thought, you can make adjustments and save yourself from making expensive errors in ordering the real parts[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]