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Large Format 3D printers

Large format 3D printers give you the high build volume you need for rapid prototyping without compromising on scale. In the workplace, large format 3D printing is already adding value to business operations in the aerospace and automotive, manufacturing, and education industries.As well as rapid prototyping, large scale 3D printing is now widely applied for added value in a diverse and growing list of sectors. Large scale 3D printers also produce parts and tooling, metal formworks, plastic molds, and many big, structurally or mechanically important parts for critical engineering projects in a single piece.
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Large format 3D printers give you the high build volume you need for rapid prototyping without compromising on scale. In the workplace, large format 3D printing is already adding value to business operations in the aerospace and automotive, manufacturing, and education industries.As well as rapid prototyping, large scale 3D printing is now widely applied for added value in a diverse and growing list of sectors. Large scale 3D printers also produce parts and tooling, metal formworks, plastic molds, and many big, structurally or mechanically important parts for critical engineering projects in a single piece.

Large format 3D printers print off experimental parts for projects in development, helping engineers and designers to spot mistakes early on –  saving money in manufacturing in the long run and even potentially saving the entire investment.The aerospace and automotive industries both benefit from the next-day lead times and functional printing abilities of large format 3D printing both for parts and custom tooling. This both reduces costs and enables much more design freedom. Complex shapes and parts that would be time-consuming and costly to machine with traditional methods can now be made for the same price as simple designs with large format 3D printers.Large format 3D printers used for structural parts and formworks can cut down on lead times on major construction and infrastructure projects. They also don’t cause the material wastage that is entailed in traditional subtractive methods for making parts and molds.In education, large format 3D printers can facilitate STEM learning with primary, secondary, college, and university students alike. They are increasingly accessible to non-specialists, hobbyists, and informal learners as well.Whether for manufacturing parts, custom tooling, rapid prototyping, teaching STEM skills, or whatever else – large format 3D printing is a widely adopted additive manufacturing technology for a number of applications in dozens of sectors.
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Desktop 3D printers

In addition to the desktop solutions available to medical professionals, laboratory 3D printers are machines well suited to mass-producing functional parts. Laboratory printers have the continued benefit of producing bespoke dental fixtures for patients, but on a large scale. This reduces the time required to produce such items, as it allows multiple fixtures, such as dentures, to be produced at once.
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The majority of 3D printing hobbyists – and many professionals – are using desktop 3D printers. These smaller machines are a valuable addition to the home and office, and their applications can be as varied as the imagination allows. Desktop 3D printing and the easy plug and play setup of systems you can buy today lets you tap into all of the benefits of additive manufacturing for your hobbies and workplace straight away.

‍Desktop 3D printing works for people who want to replicate complex, useful, and interesting designs, make and test your own products, and produce custom parts and models at work. Their low price and easy to use setup has brought the barrier to entry for additive manufacturing down considerably, making the technology accessible to schools and art studios as well as universities and architects’ offices.Once you start using a desktop 3D printer at home, you quickly start finding uses for it that you had never imagined before. The ability to quickly create functional prototypes and parts for all kinds of household and hobby projects – and the low cost of admission for desktop 3D printers now – has made the desktop 3D printer a common sight in spare bedrooms, garages, and dining rooms today.The quick plug and play setup, ease of use, and low cost of desktop 3D printing is also leading to more use in more diverse education settings. Desktop 3D printers are used for more subjects than ever, as well as their traditional home in engineering and design and technology classrooms. In the office, rapid prototyping and modelling – including for medicine and dentistry – can now be immediate with desktop 3D printing. The technology helps individuals and departments and disciplines to communicate ideas quickly and efficiently, adding value to the business and saving money in the long term.


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Metal 3D printers

3D printing has evolved far beyond only producing plastic parts. Now, metal 3D printers are widely used in industries that require high levels of precision in custom metal parts.Aerospace and automotive, manufacturing, robotics, and numerous other engineering sectors are benefiting from the low lead times, reduced waste, and full control available with metal 3D printing.
3D printing has evolved far beyond only producing plastic parts. Now, metal 3D printers are widely used in industries that require high levels of precision in custom metal parts.Aerospace and automotive, manufacturing, robotics, and numerous other engineering sectors are benefiting from the low lead times, reduced waste, and full control available with metal 3D printing.

Metal 3D printers have been on the rise since the late 1980s, when the manufacturing industry began to demand more rapid prototyping and more intensive R&D efforts. The technology has continued to advance and develop, and is now capable of producing parts for highly critical engineering applications.The metal 3D printing materials used today allow manufacturers to create parts with any mechanical and chemical properties they desire. This gives designers and engineers greater scope for creative solutions to industrial problems of today.Lead times are reduced to days over weeks with metal 3D printing. This is because it eliminates the need for machining to create holes or add connecting elements to finish producing parts.Metal 3D printing also saves significant amounts of waste material from being produced in the manufacturing process. All of the metal used for metal 3D printing is in the final product, whereas traditional subtractive processes like machining result in large amounts of wasted material.The design freedom to create unique and complex shapes in single metal parts – at the same cost as a part of the same size and simpler shape – is enabling innovation and cutting-edge invention across multiple industries today. It is certain that more uses for metal 3D printing will appear in years to come.
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Industrial FDM 3D printers

Industrial-scale fused deposition modeling (FDM) prints strong, rugged final products for demanding industries from construction to aerospace. Industrial FDM printers print large build volumes at high temperatures, quickly.FDM 3D printers have traditionally been used for concept models and fairly simple prototyping, but industrial FDM 3D printers mean the technology is no longer limited to these small projects. New materials have seen applications for industrial FDM 3D printers at the cutting edge of car manufacturing, consumer products, and aerospace.
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Industrial-scale fused deposition modeling (FDM) prints strong, rugged final products for demanding industries from construction to aerospace. Industrial FDM printers print large build volumes at high temperatures, quickly.FDM 3D printers have traditionally been used for concept models and fairly simple prototyping, but industrial FDM 3D printers mean the technology is no longer limited to these small projects. New materials have seen applications for industrial FDM 3D printers at the cutting edge of car manufacturing, consumer products, and aerospace.

‍Industrial FDM printers can print metre-sized parts now, and modern materials mean these parts can serve more real applications every year. Printing parts on these large scale FDM 3D printers reduces any need for assembly, as a single part can be produced in one shot.In the automotive industry, the list of companies using industrial FDM 3D printers is expanding rapidly. Car manufacturers like BMW and Ford Motors, as well as racing teams in Formula 1 and NASCAR, and top aftermarket manufacturers are all adopting the large scale 3D FDM printing technology.Industrial FDM 3D printers reduce lead times for large parts in these businesses, enhancing their efficiency with optimized workflows and automation. In aerospace, high grade materials and industrial FDM 3D printing has enabled the creation of lightweight composite parts, durable jigs and fixtures, and even complex production parts.Due to the thermoplastic properties of industrial FDM 3D printing, the technology is capable of producing high material versatility. This is making it an increasingly attractive manufacturing approach for consumer products, a market that demands ever more customisation and individuality.
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SLA 3D printers

Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing makes watertight products with a smooth finish out of hardened resin. SLA 3D printers can make resilient, functional parts and objects – and they have found a home in dental and engineering offices alike.SLA 3D printing can be used for tooling, molds, patterns, and functional prototypes. Parts made in a SLA 3D printer have higher resolution and accuracy, sharper details, and smoother surface finishes than those made in any other 3D printing method.
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Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing makes watertight products with a smooth finish out of hardened resin. SLA 3D printers can make resilient, functional parts and objects – and they have found a home in dental and engineering offices alike.SLA 3D printing can be used for tooling, molds, patterns, and functional prototypes. Parts made in a SLA 3D printer have higher resolution and accuracy, sharper details, and smoother surface finishes than those made in any other 3D printing method.

‍SLA 3D printing is a type of vat photopolymerization additive manufacturing technology. SLA printers use a laser or projector to cure liquid resin into hardened plastic. The resin is made of light-reactive thermoset materials that are sensitive to changes in the wavelength of light. When the light source in the SLA 3D printer interacts with the liquid resin, short chains of molecules are joined together – this process is referred to as polymerization. Monomers and oligomers in the chemical makeup of the resin are thus solidified into rigid or flexible plastic shapes.SLA 3D printing results in completely air- and material watertight surfaces. New materials used for SLA now allow for a wide range of thermal, mechanical, and optical properties for engineers to choose from in a 3D printed part.This – and the technology’s noted capacity for high resolution and accuracy, sharp details, and smooth surfaces – has led to widespread adoption for SLA 3D printing in medical, commercial, and industrial manufacturing.
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SLS 3D printers

Selective laser sintering (SLS) has been at the forefront of additive manufacturing technology for decades. SLS 3D printers use a high powered laser to fuse powders into functional 3D printed parts.Its low cost per part manufactured, strong layer adhesion, and low requirements for support structures in design mean that SLS 3D printing is useful in an array of industries. The technology has uses in rapid prototyping as well as custom manufacturing, and now it works with various materials including ceramics, metals, and glass.
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Selective laser sintering (SLS) has been at the forefront of additive manufacturing technology for decades. SLS 3D printers use a high powered laser to fuse powders into functional 3D printed parts.Its low cost per part manufactured, strong layer adhesion, and low requirements for support structures in design mean that SLS 3D printing is useful in an array of industries. The technology has uses in rapid prototyping as well as custom manufacturing, and now it works with various materials including ceramics, metals, and glass.

‍In SLS 3D printing, powerful lasers are focused on powdered materials (usually plastics, but increasingly other materials as well), causing the powder grains to “sinter” together and solidify into one piece.This enables a great degree of design freedom, as it removes any need for the support structures or frameworks that other 3D printing methods require. Instead, the remaining powder that has not been solidified props up the in-progress structure of the new part.As such, SLS 3D printers can make models with big hollow spaces, overhangs, and thin walls – features that other kinds of 3D printing typically struggle with. Their porous surface also makes parts made in SLS 3D printers very easy to colour and dye.High degrees of creative freedom combine with extremely strong layer adhesion in SLS 3D printing. SLS prints have great mechanical properties including a virtually isotropic structure. This means that SLS prints have almost equal tensile strength, hardness, and elongation in all directions.
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For expenditure incurred from 1 April 2021 until the end of March 2023, companies can claim 130% capital allowances on qualifying 3D Printer and Scanner investments.

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