Sure, so turnaround time really depends on a number of factors. The most concrete factor is the size of the model: the manufacturing portion for small models can be just a couple of hours, and for something larger can be a few days. Generally speaking, once we get the data, turnaround depends on the different sections you want.
A small part of the anatomy that’s relatively easy to see in the scan, that’s fairly common anatomy, we can be do that typically in under an hour. Engineering is streamlined very well, so less than a day, and then you’re into manufacturing. If we receive your data before noon, we could typically have that in the box the same day.
Something larger, we’re going to be looking at two weeks to get that to you. The image segmentation is more complex which means the quality assurance is going to be a bit more detailed, and manufacturing is probably going to take three days, and then cleaning post-processing the models is going to take two-three days. We can rush orders if it’s an emergency… we’ve turned things around in 24 hours when we’ve had to.