Time to Market
Development times for new and sophisticated products are often very difficult to predict and calculate. Target development times do not correspond to reality, for example due to the complexity of the product, but the end date for the customer or for the trade fair presence is fixed, and a major problem is looming. Sometimes the time units available for each area involved become shorter and shorter at the end of a development project, so that the project threatens to fail in terms of time and costs.
Now imagine that at the beginning of the development phase in the project you could save a lot of time and money by using optimal production methods and processes, for example because there are no cost-intensive and ultimately little-used prototype tools or because you can use sample parts in the original material for their approvals and laboratory tests instead of, for example, printed components made from comparable materials.
Would that excite you?