3D Printing for manufacturing is a spark for efficiency, accelerates prototyping to cutting lead times and costs of tooling to get to market faster. Additive manufacturing allows the production of Surrogate parts, prototyping, jigs and fixtures, tooling, injection moulding and end use parts to be produced rapidly, in short runs or as one-off parts. These are just some of the examples of what is possible by integrating 3D printing into your factory.
Due to Covid-19 proliferation, Graham saw an opportunity to adapt his products traditionally dedicated to the display market for the protection of people in direct contact with public. He needed to manufacture Covid-19 protection screens as quickly as possible to market to his clients.View case study
With over 150 breweries around the world, Heineken is one of the largest global producers of beer. Famous brands such as Cruzcampo, Desperados, Heineken, and Amstel.View case study
Snow Business uses Ultimaker to speed up its iterative R&D process, achieving significant cost savings along the way.View case study
Schubert uses 3D printing to deliver tools for its future-proof, high-performance packaging machines, making them even more versatile and easy to operate.View case study
We’re designing, 3D printing and testing medical components day and night to help hospitals. The protective face shield, intended to protect the wearer from disease and airborne contaminants, has been evaluated by 4 medical practitioners in both the UK and Germany in the last 3 daysView case study
Implementing a new technology can be a painful experience, slowing down your core business and not returning results immediately. Let our team take your headaches away, our knowledge of integrating 3D printing into different industries and applications is second to none. We’d love to hear about your project and help you find the right solution.
Call one of our friendly team and find out how 3D printing can revolutionise your business.