Merit3D announces new mass production program Protoduction 4.0.

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Merit3D’s new mass production program Protoduction 4.0.
Merit3D’s new mass production program Protoduction 4.0./Source: Merit3D

Merit3D, a leading 3D printing service provider, has announced and unveiled a brand-new mass production program called Protoduction 4.0. This programme is intended to assist individuals from three distinct backgrounds in using additive manufacturing to mass produce their products worldwide.

Using cutting-edge additive manufacturing technology, Merit3D can reduce overall production costs (no injection mould required), shorten the time it takes to create a functioning prototype, and allow for design modifications after the prototype—a process they refer to as “protoduction.

Mass production program Protoduction 4.0.

By providing tools to learn 3D printing and then printing their own parts using the EXACT same settings we use for mass production, the first path, “Do Your Own,” assists users in creating their own prototype. When they’re ready to go into mass production, customers can use Merit3D to streamline their design and prototyping processes.

The “Let US Help” path makes more use of Merit3D services. Under this approach, Merit3D mass produces the finished product while assisting with design and prototype.

The third path, “Start From Scratch,” is the most practical of the three. It makes it possible for clients who just have an idea but no design to watch their product come to life. Design, prototyping, and mass production are all handled by Merit3D.

Additionally, Merit3D has improved their online estimation tool. Now that their materials and pricing are more deeply interactive, customers may make better-informed selections when it comes time to mass produce their goods.

Merit3D is a Price, Utah-based additive manufacturing. Merit3D has made the decision to forgo conventional manufacturing techniques in favour of mass production in the USA.

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