Not too long ago, design, prototyping and production were considered separate disciplines. For instance, a company would likely design and engineer a product then outsource the prototype to one company. The next step would to then outsource the prototype again for production as a means to save money and shift responsibility to a party with more expertise in the respective prototyping and production areas.
Today, more and more companies are keeping everything under one roof - and for good reason. Factors like time-to-market, equipment automation and cost savings are causing companies to realize the benefits of comprehensive design, prototype and production service. Here's a further look at why smart companies are keeping everything under one roof:
As you can see, it makes sense today more than ever to ensure that both prototyping and production are completed under one roof. State-of-the-art technology is marrying the disciplines so that prototypes can be created quickly, tweaked faster and produced sooner, ensuring that the product hits the market as fast as possible without sacrificing quality.
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