Plymouth Science Park acquires two Stratasys 3D printers

Revolutionizing Additive Manufacturing: Plymouth Science Park Acquires State-of-the-Art Stratasys 3D Printing Machines

Plymouth Science Park, a leading hub for innovation and business growth in the UK, has recently acquired two state-of-the-art Stratasys 3D printing machines from reseller Laser Lines. The science park, which has been operational for more than 25 years, covers over 25 acres and houses large global corporations, local startups, and academics. It is also home to the Advanced Digital Manufacturing and Innovation Centre (ADMI), a cutting-edge facility that aims to revolutionize the way businesses approach additive manufacturing.

Through its consultancy services, the ADMI offers practical advice to companies on how 3D printing can help them achieve their goals. The centre recently invested in a Stratasys F770 FDM 3D printer and a J55 PolyJet machine. These machines will be made available to clients of the ADMI, along with support and training to help them understand how the technology works and its application to their specific business requirements.

The F770 machine was chosen for its large build volume, suitability for office environments, and reliability. With this machine, businesses can produce larger parts with greater accuracy and repeatability than ever before. The J55 system was procured to create accurate prototype parts, taking advantage of its full-colour capabilities. This will enable businesses to visualize their designs in greater detail before committing to production, resulting in significant time and cost savings.

Jacques Wood, Senior Digital Applications Engineer at Plymouth Science Park, explained that they assist people in utilizing 3D printing effectively by teaching them what it can achieve and when to consider using it. Many manufacturing businesses in the area have misconceptions about additive manufacturing due to experiences with basic desktop machines that do not meet their precision and repeatability needs. Plymouth Science Park educates these businesses on selecting the right machines for their requirements and provides training on using them effectively to realize the time and cost savings associated with additive manufacturing.

Overall, these new machines will provide clients of Plymouth Science Park with access to cutting-edge technology that can transform their business operations. By investing in this technology now, businesses can stay ahead of the curve and remain competitive in today’s fast-paced technological landscape.

Plymouth Science Park has recently obtained two new Stratasys 3D printing machines from UK reseller Laser Lines as part of its ongoing commitment to innovation and business growth.

The science park has been operating for more than 25 years and spans over 25 acres, accommodating large global corporations

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