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UKs First M 280

UKs First M 280

UK’s First M 280 3T has installed the UK’s first EOSINT M 280 Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) machine. The EOSINT M 280 is the most advanced DMLS machine in the world and has a number of technical innovations that offer significant benefits to customers. 3T now has four EOS Metal AM machines with the new machine effectively increasing the DMLS …

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Local MP Richard Benyon inaugurates new M 280

Local MP Richard Benyon inaugurates new M 280

Today, Richard Benyon, MP, officially inaugurated 3T’s new EOSINT M 280 machine.  The new machine is the first M 280 to be installed and working in the UK.  Speaking at the launch, Benyon said:  “3T is investing in the most up-to-the-minute manufacturing machinery. ” It is companies like 3T that continue to invest, that will help to secure the future of …

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3T CEO speaks at Euromold

3T CEO speaks at Euromold

Euromold takes place this year in Frankfurt am Main, Germany from 29 November to 2 December 2011.  Additive Manufacturing (AM) will be a key theme for the exhibition and conference.   3T’s Ian Halliday will be speaking at the ‘Design Innovation from Additive Manufacturing’ – 13th Annual International Wohlers Conference. Ian will be sharing the platform with influential figures from the industry including …

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Bloodhound Project Utilises AM

Bloodhound Project Utilises AM

The BLOODHOUND Super SonicCar regularly features on the BBC website’s Science end Environment pages as members of the team working on the project are writing a regular diary.  Today’s (17 October 2011) contribution is written by Ron Ayers, BLOODHOUND’s chief aerodynamicist.  It’s a fascinating insight into the processes the engineers are working through in order to reach the goal of building a 1000 mph …

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World Champion at 3T

World Champion at 3T

Martyn Harris, 3T’s DMLS Projects Manager, is a World Champion. On Saturday, 15 October 2011, Martyn represented Team GB, competing in the 2011 Track Cycling Masters World Championship.  He raced in the Men’s 35 – 39 Scratch Race over 10k and won!  You can read the race report from cycling magazine Velo UK (it’s about half way down). Congratulations to Martyn.

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3T Networking at Innovate 11

3T Networking at Innovate 11

3T is taking part in ‘Innovate 11’.  Held at The Business Design Centre in London, the event is described as “the leading one-day, networking, conference and exhibition event”.  Hosted by the Technology Strategy Board, keynote speakers will headline a full day of seminars.  You’ll find us in the ‘High Value Manufacturing’ area on stand number HVM 18.  Please come over and introduce yourself.  …

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Guardian journalist flies 3D printed UAV

Guardian journalist flies 3D printed UAV

Owen Bowcott of The Guardian newspaper has flown the unmanned aerial vehicle designed and printed in partnership by The University of Southampton and 3T RPD.  Bowcott took control of the radio transmitter and flew the UAV during a series of interviews he conducted with the SULSA (Southampton University Laser Sintered Aircraft) team.  A full report appeared in the newspaper (Guardian, 21 September 2011) and the …

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3T Triathlon Success

3T Triathlon Success

3T people shone in the Newbury Triathlon (4 September 2011) despite the rain.  There were four 3T members competing in the event; which involved swimming 300m, cycling 20km and running 5km. All four had superb results. Thomas Milburn headed the 3T pack with an impressive time of 1:01:45 and came home third overall and second in the senior men’s competition. Martyn …

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UAV showcased at Defence Industry Show

UAV showcased at Defence Industry Show

3T will be attending the DSEi – the Defence and Security Equipment International exhibition – for the first time in order to showcase the world’s first printed plane*. Visit us on stand N4-292 to see the UAV which we have developed and built in partnership with the University of Southampton.  The exhibition runs between 13 – 16 September 2011 at ExCeL …

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New Scientist Features World's First AM Plane

New Scientist Features World’s First AM Plane

The prestigious ‘New Scientist’ magazine has featured ‘the world’s first printed plane’ in its 29 July 2011 issue. A collaborative venture between The University of Southampton and 3T, the plane went from drawing board to flight in seven days – two days for design and five days to produce the component parts using plastic additive manufacturing.  The UAV (Unmanned Aerial …

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