There are a number of results that can come from rapid prototyping. These include prototypes that can be used as working parts, models for demonstrations and sales presentations, and variations of your design created as work on your product evolves.
3D Prototype Design’s process can also produce specialized medical models from CT or MRI data that you provide. This rapid prototyping approach allows medical professionals to look at three-dimensional representations of a patients’ damaged bones, for example.
These medical models produced by rapid prototyping can be used for instruction, to give students a three-dimensional, solid object to simulate an internal body part.
They can also be employed in legal cases to illustrate an injury quickly and effectively. The rapid prototyping model can communicate facts to a jury more clearly than having an expert interpret complex data.