Prototyping vs Rapid Prototyping

Seattle, Washington (PressExposure) July 09, 2008 -- Prototyping vs Rapid Prototyping Process is a new webpage that was just added to the new Prototyping Website that has just been released. This new Prototype Machining webpage has all of the information you need to know of Prototyping vs Rapid Prototyping and the main information you need to know on Prototyping Technologies. You can visit this Prototyping vs Rapid Prototyping Process webpage at: http://www.prototypezone.com/prototype/

Here is an excerpt from the new Prototyping vs Rapid Prototyping webpage:

“The word ‘rapid’ can be used relatively. The construction of models using present-day methods could take time ranging from a few hours to a few days. This depends on the technique used, along with the complexity and size of the model. The additive systems take less time. They can produce models within some hours. Some techniques such as ‘solid freedom fabrication’ make use of two materials for construction of parts. The 1st material is known as ‘part material’ and the 2nd one as ‘support material’. The removal of support material takes place by heat. It might also be dissolved with water or any other solvent. When it comes to manufacture of plastic products, that too in large quantities, injection molding proves to be a cheaper alternative.”

The new Prototyping vs Rapid Prototyping page is free information to members and non-members and can be found at: http://www.prototypezone.com/. However, users of Prototype Zone who decide to be members can join for free and receive two free E-Books on Rapid Prototyping for a limited time offer. Prototype Zone will be adding new information all the time on Rapid Prototyping so check back often in the forum and blog for the latest information at: http://www.prototypezone.com/prototype-forum

About Prototype Zone: Prototype Zone is the leading information source and community website for all things about Prototyping and Rapid Prototyping. Visit the website to join for free and receive two free ebooks on Rapid Prototyping for a limited time offer.

About Prototype Zone

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Press Release Submitted On: July 07, 2008 at 11:15 pm
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