Our 3D Business Impact Model (3D BIM) gives rapid insights into the market opportunities, production efficiencies and value chain benefits of 3D printing for your organisation. 3D BIM can be accessed at three different levels of detail:
Use the online cost assessment to get an indicative cost price of a 3D printed part compared to a traditionally manufactured part. Enter your part details into the 3D BIM tool for an automatic price indication for the 3D part plus some valuable background information on 3D printing.
The Benefits & Cost Insights tool helps you to focus on the benefits of 3D printing that are most relevant to your company and their financial impact. Invest one hour of your time to complete a questionnaire. The return will be a company specific report with actionable advice on 3D printing. The report also serves as a basis for structured and meaningful conversations on 3D printing with stakeholders in different departments in your organization.
Our comprehensive 3D Business Impact Model offers a structured approach to help you assess and quantify all the benefits and financial implications of 3D Printing. Our database and quantification tool includes customary cost-levels, ratio’s and rules of thumb to assess all operational and economic aspects of 3D Printing, based on our 15 years of experience.
Our experts on 3D printing work with you to analyse the impact 3D printing can have on all value chain activities. We can offer insights regarding the impact on design, engineering production and testing, up to the use case and investment scenarios. Together we can quickly prepare a business case, including write off costs for tools, switching costs for software or training costs for skills your operators need to obtain.