Rapid prototyping is a family of additive production processes used to assemble prototype models. These processes are known as additive methods, as material is added to the model during construction rather than cut away from a solid block.
One of our clients from Canada placed an order of 3 sets prototypes of glasses.
After CNC machining, the prototypes are black anodized, which will protect the surfaces.
This process allows designers and developers to assess their designs, identify faults or omissions, and demonstrate the concept to any interested parties. Understandably prototyping is a critical part of any design process, often returning considerable time and budget savings.