In this guide we try to illustrate the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, both from a technical and economic point of view, of the two solutions most used today to translate a project or an idea into reality.
This section is designed to help the user to navigate the world of rapid prototyping and find all the information he will need to choose the technical solution and the ideal material with which to make a project.
The most common questions we are addressed, organized by topic.
To have available a prototype with the same material as the production one, to create large-volume details that would be uneconomical with 3D printing. We can mill wood, thermoplastics, polyurethanes, light alloys.