The development of innovation products in the health sector often pass through a prototyping phase which allows to validate the feasibility of the project whilst optimizing the product. Up until recently it was very time consuming to develop a prototype, but these days there are fortunately a series of methods on the market, allowing to rapidly develop a beta version of a product to be able to start testing.
For example 3D impression, thermoforming or stereolithography have such precision levels these days, that they are not merely used for prototyping but more and more in the production of finished products. It is also true that that new discoveries and techniques in materials and their biocompatibility lead to the development of new products in the health sector. It is therefore really necessary to stay on top of the latest developments in these different disciplines, in order to optimize your product and its production.
The lifetech.brussels’ experts can help you with determining which technique is best suited to your needs and your project, and they can put you in touch with the specialists in the domain.