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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.
We take quality control very seriously, which is why we are audited for ISO9001:2015 certification, this helps ensure we provide great customer service.
3D Platform branched out from an industry-leading mechatronics linear motion manufacturer in 2014. From these origins came the robust, reliable and high-performance components in their range of 3D printers today. These large-format 3D printers can be found in workshops around the world for applications in product design, engineering, automotive, aerospace, architecture and more. An open filament system and upgradeable components make these 3D printers an industry gem.
3D Platform is a manufacturer of large-format 3D printers widely used in engineering workshops and by manufacturers to fabricate large models and parts. These robust and reliable machines are sized to meet any need, and although they appear basic at a glance, the features they pack are anything but.
We’re talking about the ability to use HFE or Volcano extruders, auto-mesh bed levelling, SurePrint Step-Servo hybrid motors and 7” TFT displays. These features ensure the 3D Platform range transcends lesser machines. So much so 3D Platform lay claim to a wide range of big brands - such as Caterpillar, Nike, Recaro and FedEx - using their 3D printers somewhere along their production line.
With a 3D Platform printer you will find the blazing fast motors and high-flow extruders meet your demanding applications. The open filament system means you can test any materials that take your fancy. This also means materials can be as affordable or specialist as you like, from economy PLA to special filaments from GoPrint3D.
Industry trusts 3D Platform printers because they are tried, tested and proven to deliver consistent results. With no enclosed build chamber - a necessity of size and design - they also allow for the monitoring of prints on the shop floor.