How big brands use 3D printing to differentiate products with impactful packaging

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In the fast-moving consumer goods industry, perception is everything. Producing a consumer product and its packaging typically goes through five stages of development before manufacturing, and between 10 and 100 prototypes per development cycle. This can become a cumbersome process with high costs, multiple stakeholders and drawn-out timelines when using traditional methods.

There is a better way. Discover how successful consumer brands are gaining an advantage using multi-material, multi-colour 3D printed prototypes throughout their design cycle in this Whitepaper from Stratasys.

The Stratasys J750 and J735 printers are being used by the packaging industry to see, touch and hold realistic prototypes, which are a powerful communication tool in marketing and focus-group efforts.

The realism of a prototype during development is not only critical to determining viability, but critical to determining a product’s true potential for success. Leading consumer brands pull buyers in by understanding which packaging designs work best through extensive testing and sampling on true-to-life prototypes.

To find out more, click here to download the Stratasys White Paper on 3D printing for consumer goods packaging now.


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