3D Printing, Training & Sales
As this is a rapidly developing industry, we believe it necessary to always stay at the cutting edge of technology. We're focusing on high precision SLA and cost effective FDM machinery.
What is suitable for 3D printing?
3D printing used to only suit prototyping due to cost and time restrictions. New technologies have broken through this barrier and now batch and even mass production components are being 3D printed. The technology can now compete with injection moulding for costs whilst offering flexibility and adaptability without requiring you to spend thousands on mould modifications and re-tooling.
Depending on material selection it is possible for prints to rival:
- Aluminium/Steel - Tensile, bend and impact strength.
- Carbon Fibre - Weight
We can print in a vast range of materials to suit all of your needs:
- Stainless Steel
- Carbon Fibre
- High Tensile
3D Printed Moulds for Casting
We now have a special service for manufacturing reusable casting blanks. 3D printing the product in Carbon Fibre, then applying a very smooth enamel coating, all at an affordable price.
If you are unsure of which type of print method, material, machine or even if 3D printing is a service you could use, we are happy to help and can instruct/advise.