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3D Professional

3D Professional

  “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”

–Steve Jobs 

 

 

Professional 3D Printing

 

History

Fused Deposition Modelling, or FDM, is the longest used 3D printing process in the industry. It has been used for over 30 years within a limited market controlled by patents. In 2009 the patents expired, which opened up the 3D printing market to competition, making FDM printers the most cost-effective in the industry.

The largest growth in the 3D printing industry has occurred in the last 5 years, with numbers doubling consistently for the past 3 years. Consequently, this has driven down costs and increased efficiency. 3D printers are not only small, compact and environmentally safe for the home, office and factories, but also produce 3D prints which are superior in strength, durability, and quality.

 

Design Oriented

3D printing gives you the ability to spend more time on designing your prints, rather than producing them. Traditional manufacturing process moulds can be printed as prototypes before committing to expensive tooling, and complex parts can be produced as one print. Furthermore, parts that are made of multiple pieces which require additional assembly, can now be re-designed and printed as a single unit, saving both time and money.

 

Budget and Margins

3D printers are now comparable to home and office PC’s and laptops in operation cost and energy usage, making it easier to meet labour and production costs whilst increasing margins and decreasing your carbon footprint.

 

Customisation

3D printing is highly customisable using multiple materials, making it the best choice for bespoke fabrication.

Many industries have successfully incorporated 3D printing, such as: aerospace, medical, dental, food, automotive, sports, fashion, optometry, as well as most commercial and consumer markets. 

We offer Stratasys 3D printers for mass production and LeapFrog 3D printers for prototyping and minimal production needs.

 

Please click the images below to guide you to more information. 

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