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3DPRINTUK achieves ISO 14001 accreditation

Underscoring the company's dedication to operating in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner

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3DPRINTUK, a leading provider of 3D printing services in the UK, has achieved ISO 14001:2015 certification, the internationally recognized standard for environmental management systems, issued by the British Standards Institution (BSI). This follows the company’s ISO 9001:2015 certification at the end of 2022. The ISO14001:2015 certification underscores the company’s dedication to operating in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner across its expanding 3D printing operations.

3DPRINTUK supplies 3D printed parts for low volume, on-demand batch production to the highest quality standards for a wide range of industrial sectors. The company has long been recognized for its commitment to sustainability – implementing various initiatives to reduce its environmental impact. This includes achieving Carbon Neutral Status, accredited by Climate Partner; and attaining Plastic Neutral Status in collaboration with Clean Hub.

“Achieving ISO 14001 is a proud moment for us as a team. This formalized certification builds upon the existing efforts by the whole team for environmental management, which we have committed to on our Road to Net Zero. This rigorous and independent assessment of the company’s environmental management system really underlines our commitment to environmental issues and further demands continuous improvement,” said Nick Allen, CEO of 3DPRINTUK.

3DPRINTUK achieves ISO 14001 accreditation - underscoring the company's dedication to operating in a sustainable manner.

The benefits of this certification extend beyond 3DPRINTUK itself – setting a positive example for other companies in the industry and driving wider adoption of sustainable practices. Customers can now be confident that their 3D printed parts are not only high-quality but also produced with environmental responsibility in mind.

3DPRINTUK specializes in low-volume production using SLS (selective laser sintering) and MJF (multi-jet fusion) additive manufacturing systems, along with post-processing capabilities. They bridge the gap between prototype and injection molding for clients spanning a range of sectors, from consumer products to marine to aerospace.

In May last year, Solid Solutions, a UK-based reseller of Dassault Systemes software, acquired 3DPRINTUK along with GRM Consulting, a provider of provider design optimization services and software, with special expertise in advanced simulation, composite materials, and analysis.

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