Business case for 3D printing (1/5) – Components
Yes! We switched to posting in English!
Wait, what? The rest of the website is in Dutch?
We know, but our international friends told us that google translated jokes are not funny. And we don’t want to keep that fun to the dutchies only.
More exciting stuff!
The coming weeks we’ll share with you what we’ve experienced to be the most important components of a 3D printing business case in existing companies. Small companies, big companies, old companies or new companies. It doesn’t really matter. The benefits will be the same, the process to implement the technology will be different.
The 3D printing business case
If you took the time to read this, it’s very likely that;
- You feel 3D printing can add value for your company, and are looking for a way to start.
- You tried at least one 3D printing projects in your company but did not see the results you expected.
- You can’t wait to start using 3D printing, but the decision makers seem blind to this potential.
- Or, you are bored, don’t really have any hobbies and are just strolling the web looking for the next big thing.
In all the cases, you’re in for a treat! (Although the 4th options seems a bit lazy and hopeless..)
In the next couple of weeks we’ll be looking at the main components of a business case for 3D printing in a company. After all it is not only about cutting cost, it’s way more. It’s about increasing the functionality of your products, being the fastest with the best service and about expanding existing markets or entering new ones.
It’s about increasing the functionality of your products, being the fastest with the best service and about expanding existing markets or entering new ones.
With this series we hope to give you enough context to start writing your business case around additive manufacturing.
And hey, get stuck? We’re here to help you 😊 That’s what we do best!
We’ll be looking at the following components: