Cutting Production Time With 3D Printing

In this Live Webinar, 3D Printing at Brooks, with Kenny Krotzer, footwear developer at Brooks Running, learn how: 3D printing cuts Brooks’ design validation turnaround time in half enabling their four-step “iteration until perfection” process. Designers at Brooks are able to set up three to four midsole/outsole combinations for overnight 3D printing, allowing them to keep the design cycle going. Perfecting a shoe’s “fit, feel and ride” is achievable with design iteration in as little as seven hours, which helps keep the footwear manufacturer on track.

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High-performance product development teams know the process from design to production is often anything but “happy.” Multiple design iterations within a short product launch timeframe can delay productivity and increase costs. Learn how Brooks Running “runs happy” with 3D printing for design validation, saving them costly, time-consuming outsourcing and project delays.

In this Live Webinar, 3D Printing at Brooks, with Kenny Krotzer, footwear developer at Brooks Running, learn how:

  • 3D printing cuts Brooks’ design validation turnaround time in half enabling their four-step “iteration until perfection” process.
  • Designers at Brooks are able to set up three to four midsole/outsole combinations for overnight 3D printing, allowing them to keep the design cycle going. Perfecting a shoe’s “fit, feel and ride” is achievable with design iteration in as little as seven hours, which helps keep the footwear manufacturer on track.
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