Additive manufacturing (AM) technologies are not new, they were originally developed in the 1980s, and the technology has been refined, expanded and made more accessible over the decades. Today, AM is used within manufacturing, production and engineering companies to realise competitive advantages, decrease costs and enhance performance.
Creat3d is an independent AM solutions provider. At Southern Manufacturing 2019 it will share how it is working with forward-thinking clients and integrating the technology to reduce operational costs, streamline processes and improve performance and productivity.
Visitors can glean how AM is being applied to functional applications including jigs, fixtures, tooling, production aids, sacrificial parts, guides, masks and replacement component parts, realising cost savings in excess of 77%, from industries as diverse as automotive, defence and engineering to FMCG, technology and architecture.
At the show, it will showcase new 3D printing technology developments including metal 3D print capabilities including printing in stainless steel 17-4, continuous production 3D printers and large volume 3D printing in a range of engineering thermoplastics.
The team will be available to provide a free consultation and determine where and which AM technologies can be integrated within processes.
Exhibition clients will be offered the chance of £100 credit towards consumables, with the purchase of every 3D printer.
Visit Creat3d on stand 165 or find out more at www.creat3d.solutions