Innovate Faster and Further: Push the boundaries of consumer technology product performance with 3D printing

Innovate Faster and Further: Push the boundaries of consumer technology product performance with 3D printing

Additive manufacturing is helping consumer technology OEMs meet their demands flexibly as they place increasing value on speed and component availability for critical parts. 

Consumer technology has become prolific in our everyday lives, spurring a revolution from smart homes to connected wearables. To differentiate your consumer technology offering in this extremely competitive industry, you need to constantly bring groundbreaking products to market faster and create unique customer experiences that deliver value.

This level of innovation and consumer demand drives the need for design flexibility, prototype performance and rapid iteration, supply chain continuity, sustainable solutions and operational productivity from prototyping to bridge production and mass customization.

  • Responsiveness – faster design iteration and accelerated time-to-market to address and anticipate customer expectations
  • Innovative designs – produce more complex components without the time, cost and geometric constraint of tooling
  • High performance – advanced 3D printing solutions and materials for prototypes and end-use parts
  • Operational productivity – efficient end-to-end additive manufacturing solutions maximize productivity for high volume prototyping, bridge production and mass customization
  • Mass-customization – facilitating the production of personalized components
  • Sustainability – solutions to help address evolving sustainability and supply chain continuity challenges

Supply chain and time-to-market

Consumer technology OEMs have a high need for fast-paced innovation and often struggle with delays in their supply chain from validation to manufacturing.

3D Systems
schedule 60 Mins | 1 March 2024

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