This week, I had the pleasure of visiting a designer who uses FDM technology to build devices, test, redesign, check, try, and test again in a highly iterative process. His workshop is full of first-tries, concept models and experimental side projects — physical evidence of the progress he's made. (You'll hear much more about this customer's heroic successes in the months to come.)
What about you? If you're an engineer or designer, do you work iteratively? I'm especially wondering whether you work more iteratively now than you did, say, a decade ago. Are you more willing to explore what-ifs, or do you choose one path and stick to it?
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