Atlanta Business Chronicle : A New Dimension in 3D Printing
Atlanta-based Softwear Automation uses 3D printers to prototype parts for its sewing robots before committing to full-scale manufacturing.
Prototyping in-house via a 3D printer allows Softwear’s engineers to experiment and iterate faster, CEO Palaniswamy Rajan.
For Softwear, 3D printing can reduce engineering time by up to 80% and costs by 50%.
“We can be far more nimble with 3D printing prototypes,” Rajan said. “We can test out an idea far more quickly without investing too much time and money in experimentation.”
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