Resin 3D printing
in professional electronics
Additive manufacturing is changing the way professional electronic devices are developed. Flexibility, speed, and precision of modern resin 3D printers have to offer significantly shorten the time to market (TTM) of products intended for mass production and lower the cost of custom-made equipment.
Why thousands of engineers use resin 3D printers in professional electronics design
Professional electronics are made to constantly work in challenging environments over long periods of time. Resin 3D printers are precise and fast enough to rapidly apply even minuscule changes in the design necessary to make them fail-safe. Because the development process is usually long and thorough, a reliable resin 3D printer saves a lot of time and money in comparison with injection molding.
Resin 3D printers allow to cost-effectively go through multiple iterations of a prototype to achieve the optimal design.
Being surgically precise, resin 3D printers can rapidly print very small, yet intricately designed parts commonly used in professional electronics.
Making prototypes internally instead of outsourcing it to third-party manufacturers saves time, money, and contributes to better intellectual property protection.
Resin 3D printers significantly lower the cost of manufacturing parts designed for custom-made equipment.