3D-Printing services

Our 3D printers use revolutionary FDM and PolyJet technologies to make whatever you need, quickly and efficiently.

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Service Guarantees

  • Speed

    Guaranteed to meet deadlines regardless of project size.

  • Quality

    All prints are put through a rigorous quality control process.

  • Precision

    High-resolution builds for extremely accurate parts.

  • Repeatability

    Part-to-part consistency with no feature variance.

3D-Printing Services

Based in Foston in the heart of Derbyshire, our showroom boasts some of the most advanced 3D-printing machines available on the market.

Our 3D-printing bureau service can cater for all applications from manufacturing aids to low volume production parts and high-fidelity prototype models.

Our bureau service empowers you to experiment with hundreds of thousands of material combinations to ensure your product or parts meet and exceed expectations.

Why our bureau 3D-printing offer makes perfect business sense

As a UK platinum partner for Stratasys, we have been supplying the most advanced 3D-printing technology on the planet and working with innovative businesses for the past decade and a half.

With rapid production capabilities backed up by intelligent software, alongside a vast array of advanced material and colour options, our bespoke solutions are enabling the production of cost-effective and ever-more realistic models, manufacturing aids and end-use parts.

In 2019, following a major refurbishment, we opened our Additive Manufacturing Centre at our Derbyshire headquarters – a building that is home to a state-of-the-art demonstration and production facility hosting printers from across the Stratasys range.

Having such capabilities on site has enabled us to utilise the skills of our engineers to offer bureau services to companies requiring support in printing their parts.

We’re proud to be offering a helping hand to businesses requiring extra support and capacity.

What can we offer you?

Stratasys 3D printers employ two main build methods, each with their own benefits and specialisms. We can offer you the best solution for your individual needs and applications.

PolyJet 3D printing works in a similar way to the inkjet technique, but instead of jetting drops of ink onto paper it jets layers of curable liquid photopolymer onto a tray.

These fine layers help to achieve exceptional detail and surface smoothness, turning out builds of final-product standard.

PolyJet can produce specialised moulds, prototypes, medical models, jigs, fixtures and other manufacturing tools, as well as incorporate the widest variety of vivid colours and materials into a single print for unparalleled efficiency and versatility in product development.

Fused deposition modelling (FDM) printing builds parts layer by layer from the bottom up, by heating and depositing thermoplastic filament.

It is a popular technique among modern manufacturers who are seeking viable alternatives to metal production, for example, where fabrication is extremely time-consuming, tooling is expensive and achieving complex shapes is difficult.

FDM uses engineering-grade thermoplastics to create accurate, repeatable, environmentally stable, lightweight but high-strength shapes faster than ever before, reducing waste and energy usage in the process.

Prints are tough enough to be used as advanced conceptual models, functional prototypes, manufacturing tools and production parts.

Our experienced team of dedicated and highly skilled engineers are ready to work on everything from single parts or short production runs to large-scale projects, all backed up by superior levels of service and support.

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