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3DPRINTUK to exhibit at TCT3Sixty in Birmingham

The company is one of the leading in the UK for the manufacturing of prototype and production parts and components using PBF

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3DPRINTUK, a leading UK 3D printing service provider, will be exhibiting at TCT3Sixty on 5-6 June in Birmingham. Since it first launched its service in 2011 with a single EOS machine, 3DPRINTUK has gone from strength to strength by sticking to its core strengths and developing unprecedented expertise with polymer PBF processes.

“Talk to us at TCT3Sixty about the ability to schedule orders, allowing you to plan your annual part requirement and delivery schedule, letting you maximize discounts while managing production and cash flow efficiently. Also, see how we can lock in your prices for the year. We invite all attendees at TCT 3Sixty to come to booth C24 to discuss how we can help with your future manufacturing needs,” said Nick Allen, Founder and Managing Director of 3DPRINTUK.

Throughout the last few years, 3DPRINTUK has refined its internal processes to ensure that it retains number one status in the UK for the manufacturing of prototype and production parts and components using PBF 3D printing processes. From its front-end automated online ordering system, through the use of 3D printing technologies to make parts, and then onto a full range of post-processing technologies, 3DPRINTUK has invested in best-in-class solutions.

3DPRINTUK to exhibit at TCT 3Sixty in Birmingham. The company is one of the leading 3D printing service providers in the UK.

“About a year ago, 3DPRINTUK was acquired by Solid Solutions and became part of the TriMech Group. The acquisition significantly augments 3DPRINTUK’s service offering and allows us to benefit from the resources of a bigger company as we continue to serve our UK customer base. Of course, being part of a larger group, our customer support team has grown which is highly beneficial to our customers. Also, within our sister companies we have access to specialists in design, simulation, 3D printing system supply, and also access insights from 3D printing projects being undertaken in the US Joining forces with Solid Solutions is therefore a natural step in our evolution as a company, accelerating our growth potential, broadening and enhancing our services for our customers, and enabling us to benefit from the expertise and resources of a larger group of companies. In addition, since the last TCT event we have achieved ISO 14001 accreditation reinforcing our commitment to grow ethically and with sustainability front and center in all we do,” said Allen.

“A trip to see us at TCT3Sixty will give us the opportunity to show you the quality of the parts that we produce consistently for our customers. ISO 9001 accreditation was a key milestone for us to prove just how much quality is at the heart of everything we do at 3DPRINTUK, and we will have an array of parts on our booth which prove the effectiveness of our Quality Management System (QMS) and the commitment of our team to ensure optimal outcomes for all customers,” said Allen.

3DPRINTUK operates from a 10,000-square-foot HQ in London, which houses a growing fleet of SLS and MJF machines, as well as dedicated post-processing services that include vibro polishing, shot peening, and color dyeing services.

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