Develop3D features 3T in its 3D Printing issue
This month’s Develop3D magazine is “The 3D Printing Issue” and we were delighted to be asked to contribute to many of the key features. A full copy of the magazine is available to download here, and 3T appear in the following features:-
Page 20 – “All On Board” … we worked with BAE Systems to produce a batch of 300 plastic AM window breather pipes for use on in-service aircraft.
Pages 39-77 – “3D Printing for the Professional” … a 40 page special report and we contributed some hints and tips for designing and building with plastic and metal AM on pages 60/61.
Page 68 – “Working with Service Providers” … we were asked for our expert advice on how best to work with a 3D printing bureau.
So for a complete overview of 3D Printing (or Additive Manufacturing as we call it), from the media hype, to the machines and materials available, designing for the process and how to get the best results from your service provider, this really is an all-encompassing review of the industry.