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3D Printing Services

We are able to provide full 3D printing services via our leading 3D Printing Partners, Angus 3D Solutions.



Angus 3D Solutions provide an on demand parts service which has changed the way product development and manufacturing professionals source parts, enabling buyers to get quick, custom generated quotations for the production of parts, anywhere in the UK.

At Angus 3D Solutions they utilise the scans produced from our supplied 3D CAD files or drawing. This allows them to 3D print these parts in various materials by using a selection of different processes. They can provide this service as they have access to their own equipment and a network of 3D printing services around the UK that allows us to meet your specific needs. With in-house rapid manufacturing systems Angus 3D Solutions can provide a quick & easy route to all types of machines using over 100 materials.

There are six ways that Angus 3D Solutions can print…

  1. SLA (Stereolithography) where we cure photopolymer liquids with a laser to make parts.

  2. SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) where a laser accurately melts nylon powder in 0.1mm layers.

  3. FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) is a process of heating ABS, PLA or Nylon material through a heated nozzle.

  4. Multi Material 3D Printing is the process of simultaneously jetting multiple types of materials to create a single component.

  5. DMP and DMLS (Direct Metal Printing or Direct Metal Laser Sintering) is printing components from metal powder in 40 micron layers using a laser.

  6. ADAM (Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing) At the intersection of 3D printing and metal injection moulding, ADAM is an all new way to build metal parts.


Your competitive advantage


The manufacturing industry is changing rapidly and the 4th Industrial revolution is upon us. (This known as Industry 4.0). Industry 4.0 includes additive manufacturing or fondly known as 3D printing. This area of the manufacturing industry is growing rapidly and this has seen additive technology increasingly being used for reverse engineering, prototyping of product before mass production, manufacture of one off personal goods and the development of future technology to name a few.



Accelerate time

to market

Reduce Costs

Iterate Better, Innovate Faster

Enhance Quality

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