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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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If you are already using 3D printing in your business then we have a number of products and services that may save you money, improve quality or save you time.
We understand that often you have requirements that are unique to your business. Contact us for a bespoke solution to suit your business.
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The 3DP1000 by 3D Platform, a US manufacturer, has a huge build volume, allowing you to print up to 1m x 1m x 0.5m. Allowing you to do large prints (such as the motorcycle petrol tank - pictured) or large batches.
It also has different nozzle sizes, with smaller nozzles allowing you to do great detail and larger nozzles allowing you to print larger items at quicker speeds.
Blueprinter uses a technology similar to Selective Laser Sintering called Selective Heat Sintering. This gives it a number of advantages over SLS. The key advantage is that the machine itself is cheaper than SLS, whilst it also creates prints that are solid all the way through, where as with SLS only the shell is solidified by the laser. This increases strength and flexibility.
As with all powder based 3D printers, you can print many things in the print area, without having to worry about support scarring or spending time orientating prints.
We stock both the Form 1+ and the Form 2, both of which are created by Formlabs using Stereolithography. With layer heights as low as 25 microns or 0.025mm, the Formlabs products are ideal for doing highly detailed prints.
There are a range of resins available meaning it is suited to a wide number of different applications. These include flexible, castable and tough resins as well as standard resins which come in clear (completely transparent when polished), white, black and grey.
Our bureau services offer you the chance to tap into any of our technologies without the upfront investment that some of these require. On top of that, you can use our print farm to produce large volumes in a short space of time.
We're constantly on the lookout for new additive manufacturing technologies, and we already have a few new products in the pipeline, including a 3D printer that can print in kevlar.