BOSEbuild product testing with Ultimaker 3D printers

Tuesday, 28 August 2018  |  Sabina Gonzalez-George
 
 
 

CASE STUDY: RAPID PROTOTYPING & PRODUCT TESTING WITH ULTIMAKER

How BOSEbuild, a division of Bose Corporation incorporated 3D printers

BOSEbuild 3D printed headphones

 

BOSEbuild, a division of Bose Corporation, needed a quicker, more cost-efficient way to design and redesign parts for their BOSEbuild headphones, which averaged $35 per part to outsource and required three days to complete.

 

After incorporating Ultimaker into their workflow, BOSEbuild reduced their prototyping costs to a mere $1-$2 per part at just a few hours of 3D printing, leaving ample room for product testing.

Download the BOSEbuild case study to read how the team were able to gain multiple benefits from incorporating Ultimaker 3D printers into their rapid prototyping and product testing processes, achieving:

  • Rapid iterations for acoustics tuning
  • Wearability for immediate feedback
  • Product testing across departments
  • Savings from in-house 3D printing

 

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