“When you look at the price of manufacturing equipment on the market, or if you decide to outsource for tooling, it’s very expensive. We’re seeing growth in mass customization because companies like Voodoo Manufacturing are completely redesigning the manufacturing process by offering the services to quickly produce high-volume orders of unique parts, cost-effectively. Now, it’s much easier to test out niche products and create demand in the process.”

— Conor Russomanno, CEO, OpenBCI

“We’re seeing 3D-printing transform the way hardware startups launch products,” said Max Friefeld, co-founder and CEO of Voodoo Manufacturing. “We’re excited to help OpenBCI leverage digital manufacturing to turn away from mass production and more towards on-demand, individualised production.”

https://3dprint.com/151575/openbci-voodoo-manufacturing/

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