3D Printing In Engineering & Manufacturing
Produce end-user parts, tools, fixtures and more in your machine shop, shop floor or in your office
Ready to use additive manufacturing to keep your production line up and running?
Why do Engineering & Manufacturing businesses need to use 3D printing?
Optimise your production efficiency and unlock unlimited application opportunities with always-on additive manufacturing solutions.
Produce jigs, tools and custom parts, remove the need for outsourcing during product development and allow for designs to be tested, amended and re-tested in days rather than weeks
What can you achieve with 3D printing?
Enable your production facilities to quickly and easily design and print a wide variety of applications including tool organisers, safety devices, assembly, quality, and transport tools without using valuable CNC time.
Composite materials are available to produce parts stronger than machined aluminium with a finish suitable for final, end-use purposes.
Taking advantage of additive manufacturing helps to reduce the product life cycle from development to end use and legacy parts.
Why additive over conventional Manufacturing?
With in-house 3D printing, you can create rapid prototypes within a day, run tests, tweak your design, and print again.
3D print custom parts, tools, and safety devices quickly and easily to reduce unplanned downtime.
Having a digital library of parts able to be printed on demand means you can save costs on storage and warehousing and share the files with multiple locations to enable distributed manufacturing.
Considering adopting additive manufacturing?
Ideal For Engineering & Manufacturing Printing
Markforged Metal X™
Markforged X7 Digital Forge Industrial Quality Solution
Markforged Mark Two™
BCN3D Epsilon W50
3DGence Industry F421
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Additive-X have lots of tools available to help you decide on your next step in additive manufacturing - now, or at a time to suit you