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From personalized earphones to customized shoes, customized products for personal preferences and characteristics are still one of the main advantages of consumer product 3D printing, especially in today’s post-90s and 00 consumer groups. For traditional manufacturing, producing customized products for specific applications requires a lot of manpower, design, and production costs. However, 3D printing can design and produce customized products faster and more economically, because it is not limited by expensive processing costs.
Not only that, but the production of auxiliary equipment and injection molds for manufacturing can also benefit from 3D printing. For example, 3D printing along the waterway helps companies shorten the molding cycle and increase production capacity. Therefore, 3D printing can change the way consumer products are produced and has a comparative advantage in small-batch custom production.
3D printing has greater design freedom, providing product development engineers with huge imagination and design space.
Although no matter how complex the product you are designing, powerful 3D design software can turn what you want into design documents, but the complex mechanism will bring huge difficulties to traditional production methods, and at the same time, the cost will also prohibit you.
3D printing can not only realize “design as you want”, but also realize “unfettered manufacturing”.
3D printing belongs to intelligent manufacturing, so the prototype production time is much shorter than that of traditional manufacturing technology. In addition, in order to meet the different needs of consumer products, 3D printing processes of different processes and materials can also be used for design verification, so as to create a functional prototype with the appearance of the final product and shorten the time to market. At the same time, compared with traditional subtractive manufacturing, 3D printing can reduce material waste, thereby making the manufacturing process more sustainable.
In a shoe produced by Nike, due to the use of 3D printing, compared with traditional cutting and sewing methods, it reduces material waste by up to 60%.