What is the difference between FDM and Polyjet 3D printing technology?

Whether you are buying your first 3D printer or upgrading from one you have been running for years, it's important to understand the differences between the two leading printing technologies. Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) and Polyjet each build 3D...

NEWS: 06.08.2018

Meet the winners of our world cup selfie competition

We love meeting all the people that attend The Engineer Design and Innovation Show (TEDIS), and this year we decided to do something a bit different....

NEWS: 12.07.2018

Introducing GrabCAD Voxel Print

Stratasys has been talking about Voxels since 2013 and brought them to fruition late last year. Introducing the world to

NEWS: 04.07.2018

Vero material in two vivid colours extends the possibilities of design

Stratasys is giving users of its J750,

NEWS: 25.06.2018

Laser Lines adds Formlabs’ Form 2 SLA printer to its range

In its mission to offer the widest and most flexible line of 3D printing technologies, Laser Lines has added

NEWS: 08.05.2018

3D printing frequently asked questions

From the logical to the entirely unexpected, the range of questions Laser Lines’ product specialist field from potential clients is broad, and...

NEWS: 13.04.2018

Laser Lines inspires next generation at local school’s STEAM event

As the UK’s leading reseller of 3D printers and 3D scanners, we are passionate about engineering at Laser Lines. Nothing excites us more than when...

NEWS: 23.03.2018

Laser Lines to show innovative 3D printing solutions at MACH 2018

As a company that offers 3D printing solutions, Laser Lines’ stand at MACH...

NEWS: 19.03.2018

Meet Ben Rowberry, Applications Technician, 3D Printing Bureau

Ben started work at Laser Lines just four months ago, making him the most recent member to join our 3D Printing Bureau team. Unlike...

NEWS: 12.03.2018

Desktop Metal’s Vice President of Product Larry Lyons on its mission to transform metal 3D printing

Desktop Metal’s 3D printing solutions are designed to change the way the world manufactures metal parts. The

NEWS: 05.03.2018

How do I quantify my Return On Investment in a 3D scanner?

By Laser Lines’ 3D scanning product specialist Peter Smith You can buy a consumer 3D scanner for £600 or spend up to 6 figures on an...

NEWS: 19.02.2018

How 3D printing is accelerating car design and development

Additive technology has revolutionised car design. The decades-old process of modelling a full body in clay, for wind tunnel tests and approval, is...

NEWS: 12.02.2018

3D printing keeps a high-tech British success story on track

Few industries have embraced 3D printing as wholeheartedly as car manufacturing.





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