Month: August 2017

Case Study: How Dixon Valve US Uses 3D Printing in Robotic Automation

Prior to additive manufacturing, Dixon Valve, a US-based manufacturer of fittings for fluid transfer industries, relied on outsourcing and costly in-house machining processes to produce tools. But thanks to the Markforged Mark Two, they are now able to 3D print their own tools and jaws for industrial robotic arms, saving time and money in the …

Case Study: How Dixon Valve US Uses 3D Printing in Robotic Automation Read More »

Looking Towards TCT 2017

It’s that time of year again! TCT 2017 is quickly approaching, and on the 26th September the 3D printing industry will descend on the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, England for 3 days of additive manufacturing bliss! How To Find Us The GoPrint3D stand is at stand F9, just take the first two rights you …

Looking Towards TCT 2017 Read More »

Case Study: 3D Printing End-Use Parts for PMC Harvesters

Since 1970, PMC Harvesters have been manufacturing machines for agriculture. The company, operating from Fakenham, England, is part of the¬†Ploeger Oxbo Group and specialises in the manufacture of potato harvesters, pea and broad bean harvesters, soya harvesters and detasslers, which are world-renowned for their efficiency and reliability. As a brand, perhaps one of PMC Harvester’s …

Case Study: 3D Printing End-Use Parts for PMC Harvesters Read More »