3D printing is still a largely un-tapped resource and with companies often jumping to the conclusion that injection moulding is the only option, organisations are missing a huge opportunity.
A regular customer recently asked if I could re-work a design to make it more cost effective for 3d printing at scale and I was more than happy to oblige! The part in question was a universal bracket for mounting security and in-vehicle cameras. As ever, it was a design that didn't really warrant the… Continue reading Bridging the gap to injection moulding
One of our first customers, Matrix Telematics needed a simple but effective method of ensuring the wiring on the back of their commercial dashcams couldn't be removed by the vehicle driver. We worked with the customer to refine their idea into a 3D model which could be printed at scale, minimise material usage and ultimately ensure… Continue reading 200 Parts in just 3 hours? How 3D printing has enabled Matrix Telematics to cut costs and increase flexibility
A little over three years ago I entered the world of 3d printing which combined a whole host of the things I love to do, designing things, making things and the possibility of selling things. A lot has changed in those three years and its an eternity in the fast paced development of 3d printing. What started… Continue reading Looking to the future….