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The AMRC is ‘ahead of the game’ with additive manufacturing and Laser Lines

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) is a network of world-leading research and innovation centres that work with manufacturing companies of any size around the...

CASE STUDY: EDUCATION 

The AMRC is ‘ahead of the game’ with additive manufacturing and Laser Lines

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) is a network of world-leading research and innovation centres that work with manufacturing companies of any size around the globe. It specialises in carrying out...

CASE STUDY: LOW VOLUME PRODUCTION 

Form Automation

This robotics company relies on the Stratasys F370 3D printer to quickly and cost-effectively produce replacement end-of-arm tools for its network of robots.

CASE STUDY: AUTOMOTIVE 

F1 team saves weight by printing 143 metal parts on MetalFAB1

Sauber Motorsport AG, which manages and operates the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN team in the Formula One world championship, has unveiled its 2020 contender, the C39, before the start of winter testing in Barcelona. Race drivers Kimi...

CASE STUDY: AEROSPACE 

GKN Aerospace enhances tooling capabilities

“The F900 3D Printer offers us the enhanced geometric freedom to create previously unthought of 3D printed tools, which then enable us to manufacture extremely complex parts that would be uneconomical or just physically impossible to...

CASE STUDY: AUTOMOTIVE 

Holly Mason and Ten Tenths receive superb support from Laser Lines

Ten Tenths is dedicated to keeping Nick Mason’s collection of road and competition cars in peak operating condition. The collection, that numbers around 35-40 at any time, spans pre-war racers right up to today’s hybrid performance...

CASE STUDY: FORM FIT AND FUNCTION 

Desktop Metal Studio achieves 90% cost savings

Built-Rite Tool & Die is a mould-making and design business based in Massachusetts, USA. Since 1984, it has been a leader in the manufacture of moulds for plastic injection moulding. Recently, the company has faced twin problems....

CASE STUDY: CONSUMER PRODUCTS 

Center for Advanced Design

This product development firm has saved lots of time with a Stratasys F370 3D printer. Thanks to its minimal setup, fast draft mode and auto-calibration, the team now have more time to concentrate on designing.

CASE STUDY: LOW VOLUME PRODUCTION 

VTT Technical Research Centre

How a Finnish company used the power of additive manufacturing to re-design a valve block that is 66% smaller than the original, saving weight, space and material.

CASE STUDY: EDUCATION 

Nishuane Elementary

How MakerBot 3D printers helped introduce 7-year old schoolchildren to the wonders of additive manufacturing.

CASE STUDY: CONSUMER PRODUCTS 

Synergy

Synergy is a product development company in Israel and has used a Stratasys J750 to produce photorealistic prototypes.

CASE STUDY: AUTOMOTIVE 

Using a bureau saves time for automotive jigs and fixtures

Roaring Forties specialise in manufacturing Ford GT40 replicas & have been using FDM parts sourced through a bureau service for years. Roaring Forties buy FDM jigs & fixtures as it decreases lead times & saves on expensive...

CASE STUDY: AEROSPACE 

FDM Bureau Builds 3D Printed Parts for Recreational Aviation

Recreational aeroplane manufacturer ICON is working on their products becoming as popular as motorcycles & powerboats. ICON have used a FDM service bureau to not only save time & money but design end use parts for their latest A5...

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