Customized Benchmark Studies

If you need more information to support your rapid prototyping evaluation, we offer two options.

Customized Benchmark Report

Need more details and comparisons for two or three of the systems in the "Rapid Prototyping Benchmark -3D Printers?" We can create a customized version of the report for the systems that you select.

The custom report will offer:

  • Expanded descriptions with direct comparisons
  • Expanded coverage of "observations"
  • Customized charts
  • New section on operational factors
  • More images

Each report is completely re-written...addressing all the key factors of the systems that you are evaluating.

  • Any two systems: $995.00
  • Any three systems: $1,295.00

Contact Todd Grimm today to discuss the details.

Benchmarking for Your Operation

If you are evaluating systems that aren't included in the published benchmark, or if your needs aren't addressed by the evaluation of generic prototypes, we can assist you with a benchmark study of rapid prototyping systems.

Having worked in the rapid prototyping industry for 13 years, Todd Grimm knows what to ask, what to measure and how to evaluate systems. This experience will give you a thorough evaluation that helps you to make the right decision when selecting a rapid prototyping system.

To discuss your project, contact Todd Grimm.

 

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