The article focuses on the benefits of digital prototyping for manufacturing industries in Australia. Digital prototyping presents product design teams with the ability to build, explore, and test new products before they become a physical reality. In addition, the digital prototyping solution allows collaboration of designs. Moreover, digital prototyping can provide designers with the ability to build a complete digital simulation of a product.
COMPUTER software, PROTOTYPES, MANUFACTURING industries, INDUSTRIAL management, and TECHNOLOGICAL innovations
The article focuses on the benefits offered by digital prototyping on manufacturers in Australia. According to Karsten Hojberg of Autodesk, digital prototyping is accessible to smaller and larger companies. He adds that it allows companies to optimize business efficiencies, reduce costs and raise their competitive advantage. It is noted that the technology is helpful in managing a manufacturer's supply chain through improving the communication and collaboration between designers and customers.
MANUFACTURING processes, PROTOTYPES, INDUSTRIAL productivity, MANUFACTURING industries, and DIGITAL technology
The article offers information on digital prototyping and discusses its importance in improving the efficiency and productivity in the manufacturing industry in Australia. According to Steve DiLauro, senior manager at Autodesk Inc., digital prototyping is a process and methodology that helps manufacturers improve their design process when introducing new products while reducing costs, time, and waste. In addition, tips on how to be successful in digital prototyping are presented.
PROTOTYPES, INDUSTRIAL design, ENGINEERING design, and DIGITAL technology
The article provides information on the processes of digital prototyping for the manufacturing industry in Australia. It has been noted that digital prototyping uses three-dimensional modeling and engineering data to visualize and analyze designs without making physical prototypes. Furthermore, it allows engineers to answer questions about their product before it is actually built.
RAPID prototyping, MILITARY budgets, DEFENSE industries, and PROTOTYPES
The article reports that the Australian government is extending its rapid prototyping program after a year-long trial period. The program is formally called the Rapid Prototyping, Development and Evaluation Program. The government has decided to put in A$60 million more to cover costs for the next three years. The defense establishment and industry work together to solve problems quickly.
INDUSTRIAL sites, PROTOTYPES, MACHINERY industry, and MACHINE parts
The article reports on the opening of RedEye RPM, the leading rapid prototype and parts builders, in Australia. The company produces high quality thermoplastic parts and prototypes. It can build and ship parts throughout Australian and New Zealand. It is not only a leader in rapid prototyping, but it brings instant quoting and ordering to Australia.
COMPUTER software, PROTOTYPES, NEW product development, and INDUSTRIAL costs
Reports on the use of Unigraphics NX three-dimensional design computer software by Breville in Australia. Enhancement of the process of product prototyping and development; Provision of faster product-to-market time; Reduction of operating costs.