Critics of 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, have long cited the technology’s reliance on plastic filament as the primary print material, and it would seem that - with the global focus on reducing plastic wastage – they have a point.
Xaar 3D, a leading developer of 3D printing solutions based on High Speed Sintering technologies, is supporting the Sheffield Engineering Leadership Academy (SELA) programme for engineering students at the University of Sheffield, as recently shown by its involvement in the programme’s Bootcamp for 2018’s new recruits held in September.
The Stratasys Academy™ offers training and consultancy to a broad audience of users and businesses on how to optimise the use of Stratasys solutions and additive manufacturing in general within their development and manufacturing processes. The first Stratasys Authorised Training Center in the UK is now open and operated by Stratasys UK Platinum Partner, Tri-Tech 3D, at its offices in Stoke.
XJet celebrates grand opening of world’s largest additive manufacturing center for metals and ceramics16 Oct 2018
XJet Ltd., the additive manufacturing company, opened the doors of a new cutting-edge Additive Manufacturing Center today. The Grand Opening event was witnessed by a spectrum of XJet stakeholders including local suppliers, global customers, and the company’s more than 100-strong team. With an investment of over 10 million dollars, the 8,000 square foot facility in Rehovot Science Park is home to the largest collection of metal and ceramic 3D printers worldwide, comprised entirely of XJet Carmel AM systems.
SHINING 3D, a leading manufacturer of 3D digitising and 3D printing technologies has announced its partnership with ArtSystems, one of the largest value-added distributors and service providers for resellers in the UK. This new partnership recognises the rapidly increasing demand for 3D digitising and 3D printing technology and services in the UK.