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The Aerospace industry is utilizing 3D printing technologies to manufacture high-quality aircrafts but at low-cost.

3D printing  is more successful as compared to traditional methods, thus benefiting all sectors i.e. civil, defence, and space sectors.

A great way to visualise and help develop ideas and engage students.

3D printing opens new learning possibilities giving students the opportunity to experiment and learn new skills.

3D printing can create high quality concept models perfect for showcasing to clients and offers more creative freedom.

With traditional methods taking up valuable time, 3D printing can help optimize your time and take care of complex and time consuming tasks.

Creating jigs, fixings and porotypes can be costly using traditional methods. 3D printing is an affordable and great alternative offering a range of new possibilities for engineers.

The technology offers a vast range of materials, creative freedom and the ability to produce parts on demand.

3D printing is a great addition to the automotive industry due to the high manufacturing set up costs of producing moulds, jigs, grips and fixings.

With large scale build volume printers available, this technology offering a great alternative to traditional production methods.

3D Printing can be used to assist in manufacturing allowing parts such as jigs and fixings to be produced quickly, helping improve a products quality.

Alternatively 3D printing can also be used to produced products when required perfect for small production volumes or bespoke products.

SLA printers offer highly accurate print perfect for creating bespoke products. With their range of medical resins these are perfect for the dentistry industry.

This technology makes moulds much easier and cheaper to produce and in combination with 3D scanning items can be seamless made to perfectly fit the user.

3D printing can produce highly accurate bespoke parts and rapidly produce medical implants used in procedures.

This technology allows for more customisation when creating prosthetics, allowing them to be tailored to each individuals needs.