Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Time and money are two of the most valuable things for companies. A business’ future depends on whether or not they can make money. This week, Cutting Edge Laser (CEL), a local sheet metal fabrication and manufacturing company discussed how businesses with manufacturing needs can save money through improved efficiency. How? Through a concept called iterative design.
Iterative design is the process of building and critiquing a prototype. The CEL article begins by talking about how real world testing is frowned upon. However, this is still the safest way to ensure that a product works well the first time. Its purpose is to effectively block out the possibility of a recall, which can cost a company millions of dollars and even more from a broken reputation. That’s why iterative design is an ongoing process that repeats until a design is perfected.
Simulation is another way that iterative design can be achieved. It reduces waste and helps cut costs of materials. 3D simulation is known as rapid prototyping. It has been one of the most significant factors in the manufacturing movement.
The article goes on to explain other advantages of iterative design as well. It is informative for manufacturers and business people alike. To read the full article, click on the link: http://celmfg.com/cel-news/archives/2013/09/25/how_iterative_design_saves_time_and_money.
About Cutting Edge Laser
CEL Manufacturing was founded in 1995 as Cutting Edge Laser, Inc. with the objective of servicing Puget Sound’s laser cutting and sheet metal fabrication requirements. From early on there was a commitment to equip the shop floor with the latest technology in metal processing equipment. Today, their services have expanded from laser cutting to sheet metal fabrication, machining, forming, welding, rapid prototyping, and design and engineer.
Cutting Edge Laser Inc
18620 141st Ave NE # A, Woodinville, WA