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Increasing Virtual Prototypes

Manufacturers need to continuously test their new ideas in order to meet the requirements of even more demanding customers. However, physical testing can be costly and time consuming. The goal for any company is to reduce the number of physical prototypes while maintaining the integrity of the product.

Virtual prototypes not only reduce the use of physical testing saving time and money, it allows the manufacturers to increase the number of virtual tests.

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Reducing Production Scrap and Rework

Save Time and Money by Reducing Physical Prototypes

Physical prototypes and testing add additional cost and consume valuable time during the design cycle. Often times, designs are too constrained late in the process to property address problems identified during testing. In today’s uncertain economic environment, you can’t afford to add additional time and cost to your development cycles.
This Aberdeen Report will provide you with best practices on how other Small and Medium Business are leveraging virtual prototypes to identify and troubleshoot performance issues early in the design cycles.

Virtual Prototyping and the Benefits to SMBs

Virtual prototyping can save time, cut costs and deliver fresh insight into CAD models, but only if it’s applied correctly. Do you have the correct measures in place to employ virtual prototyping with confidence?

This feature article will help you define best practiced for implementing virtual prototypes that produce credible results, and products that perform as well in the real world as they do on the workstation.

Getting the Process Right for SMB Enterprise