By DE Editors
QuickCutCNC, the new rapid CNC machining service recently released by Quickparts, has announced the launch of a new interactive 3D design for manufacturability (DFM) viewer that is available with every quote.
After submitting their designs for quotation, customers will now receive an interactive 3D PDF that demonstrates what their machined parts will look like once complete, and helps eliminate subjective milling accommodations or unintended design modifications. 3D DFM does not require any supporting CAD or engineering software in order to be viewed.
“Our customers have really responded favorably when presented with the 3D DFM,” says Todd Hellman, business manager for QuickCutCNC. “Our commitment is to provide the very latest in technology and innovation to the product development community, and the 3D DFM is a great technological complement to our long list of available materials and lead times of less than five days.”
For more information, visit QuickCutCNC.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.