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We are the 3D printing arm of a larger company called Express Group Ltd. Fixing printers since 1988, today we are a Specialist Parts Distributor and Experts in 3D Printing.

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GoPrint3D Blog

GoPrint3D Blog

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Cutting Packing Prototype Times with the FormBox and 3D Printing

Sir James M. Barrie once said nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else. I think we can all relate to this when it comes to decorating, which can be enjoyable or a bit of a slog depending on your mindset. Som...

Prototyping Three to Four Times Faster with Formlabs Draft Resin

It’s incredible to think that just twenty years ago, 3D printing high-quality models on a machine the size of a paper printer was unheard of. The first stereolithography 3D printer, a brute of a model made by 3D Systems in 1987, stood ...

Making a Custom Circular Saw with Siemens Gas & Power

Hand tools have a job to do, so whether we’re talking about an axe or a circular saw, functionality and durability are always the most important factors. But not all hand tools are fit for purpose, despite being the right ‘type’ on...

How Idea Reality Uses Ultimaker Printers for Product Development

Developing a product from scratch is an inherently arduous process that goes beyond sketching ideas and creating a few models. To create a retail-ready product, a significant amount of prototyping is required. Some companies manufacture ...

2019 Year in Review: The Most Important 3D Printer Launches

It’s the end of the year and the end of a decade. The zeroes (or naughties) are over and the twenties have begun. What will 3D printing have in store for us over the next ten years? That’s anybody’s guess. We’d love to have a tim...

Builder 3D Upgrades Extreme PRO Range with Faster Print Speeds and More

You may remember back in May we covered the news that Builder 3D were upgrading their Extreme 3D printer range. The upgrades then included a 7” touchscreen, filament detection and a UPS system for the Extreme 1000, Extreme 1500 and Extre...

Join Us at Additive Live 2020 in Manchester

Date: Tue, 28 January 2020 - 09:30 – 13:30 GMT Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University Register for free here. Something exciting is coming! On 28th January 2020 at Manchester Metropolitan University, the FIRST EVER Additive Live ev...

Manufacturing Low-Cost High-Quality Drone Parts with Avular and HP

 Mobile robots like drones are advancing at a rapid rate, and the traditional manufacturing techniques used to make them are struggling to keep up. 3D printing has found added value in the robotics industry for this reason. It enable...

3D Printing the Museum of the Future with Ultimaker 3D printers

 Even for experienced architects, model making can be relatively simple or immensely complex. Rough study models can be made quickly with cardboard, polystyrene and foam, but this is as easy as it gets. Complex shapes, organic shapes a...

Your Guide to the Formlabs Form 3B

Accuracy is the name of the game with dental 3D printing. Precision models like biocompatible surgical guides, splints, fixed patterns and dentures have to be made to an exact specification as outlined in CAD to be usable, which is why the...

Your Guide to the 3DGence INDUSTRY F420

Every so often, a machine or device comes along that changes the way we do things. For manufacturers, engineers and designers, 3D printing is the newest such thing, allowing them to fabricate and make parts and tools in-house. However, 3...

How Wärtsilä Saved Over €100,000 in Tooling with the Markforged X7

3D printing is a huge opportunity for product manufacturers to create their own line of customised tools and equipment for their production line. This process reduces costs, lead times and eliminates dependency on third party suppliers. ...

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