Industrial-scale AM on display at Digital Manufacturing Centre

Following the installation of a suite of products at the Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC) in Silverstone, Laser Lines, the UK reseller of 3D printers and materials, held the first of three open days for manufacturers to see the enhanced live production environment.

The event, which the organisers say was a tremendous success, included detailed sessions on the new additive manufacturing technologies on show, along with a facility tour, refreshments and a complimentary lunch.

Product specialists from Stratasys spoke in sessions about Stereolithography’s industrial applications, along with how SAF technology on the new H350 can save time and money. There were also sessions on the DyeMansion Post processing workflow for an end-to-end additive manufacturing solution and the Stratasys Origin One P3 machine.

Mark Tyrtania, sales director at Laser Lines, said: “We are thrilled at how our first event at the DMC has gone. The DMC is a fantastic environment to showcase what the machines are capable of and feedback from attendees was really positive. We were delighted that so many product experts were able to join us for demonstrations and to answer customer questions. We have another two sessions planned and we recommend you book your space quickly, so you don’t miss out.”

The next two events are planned for 28th June and 28th September and will run from 9am-2pm. To register your interest to attend, call Laser Lines on 01295 672599 to reserve a space and check availability for future dates.

The DMC is a digital production facility with a focus on engineering-led solutions. It has many customers in the automotive, aerospace and medical industries, but the facility can be used by all market sectors.

From a variety of additive manufacturing (AM) systems and materials, through to finishing and inspection services, the DMC has been designed from the ground up with full traceability throughout the entire production pathway.

Located at Silverstone Park, DMC’s 2,000m2 facility has been developed alongside several industry-leading technical partners. The facility will be certified to AS9100 RevD in early 2022 and uses PPAP (Part Production Approval Process) and NPI (New Product Introduction) practices. The facility offers a wide range of technologies including polymers, metals, carbons and silicones.

Laser Lines
www.3dprinting.co.uk

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