Prototyping in wood and metal
This image shows the range of mechanical prototyping options available in StudioCruz (click on it for a larger view). Clockwise from top left:
A series of 3D printed appearance models for a dental camera designed inhouse;
Waterjet cut, 3D printed, and heat bent acrylic prototype for a gear design presentation;
Laser cut 2D engineering parts for a school class. There is more information on two dimensional engineering (a valuable teaching tool) in the Creative section of this site;
Waterjet cut stainless steel and 3D printed aluminum/nylon parts for the functional engineering demonstration piece top right. Designed in Rhinoceros and Solidworks.