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Prototyping is vital in product development, yet it is frequently the most challenging.
FREMONT, CA: Rapid prototyping is a collection of prototyping approaches based on iterative and fluid phases that accelerate the generation of these prototypes. It is a strategy for reevaluating the traditional Waterfall method by allowing designers to move swiftly without investing excessive time in complex prototypes that may not even look identical to the final product following modification.
A widespread fallacy regarding rapid prototyping is that it is low-quality or that because prototypes are created quickly, they may miss critical design features and create more problems than they solve. Nothing could be more erroneous. On the other hand, rapid prototyping provides designers and engineers with an element of fluidity and freedom, as the limits of the Waterfall technique are abolished. This strategy enables rapid re-evaluation of a product at any stage and optimization of specific design features.
While fast prototyping appears to be a feasible alternative in concept, there are certain limitations to consider. Listed below are several compelling advantages.
Advantages of Rapid prototyping
Disadvantages of Rapid prototyping