Come and see us on stand 23 at this years’ APS Meeting in Lyon, France 3T RPD will be attending the APS Meetings event on Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 March at the Espace Tête d’Or in Lyon, France – the first and only business convention for AM (Additive Manufacturing), 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping and New Product Development. As a ...
We are pleased to announce that a number of our team have recently completed their Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt training, further consolidating our position as a market leader of Additive Manufactured (AM) production parts to worldwide industry sectors. As our metal and plastic AM journey continues to evolve from producing one-off prototypes to batch production and onwards to serial production, the ...
We had a very successful week at the Professional Motorsport Expo in Cologne recently and Vicki May, one of our Motorsport/F1 Account Managers, was interviewed by the show’s organisers. Discussing how the Motorsport and F1 industries are adopting Additive Manufacturing (AM) as their method of choice for complex and lightweight parts with very short lead-times, Vicki explained how our range ...
We are pleased to say that we can continue to build your parts throughout the Christmas and New Year break. Our metal and plastic Additive Manufacturing machines will be running every day throughout the festive period, however order despatch will depend upon courier service availability. Please email your requirements and data to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15:00 on Friday 22 December 2017 to ensure ...
As a leading provider of metal and plastic Additive Manufacturing (AM) services globally, 3T RPD are looking forward to exhibiting at both Formnext and Professional Motorsport in a few weeks’ time. Visitors can register online for free entry to both events, so pop along to see 3T’s industry experts to find out how their AM services can help you save ...
How do engineers get the best out of Additive Manufacturing (AM), sometimes known as 3D printing? Is it true that engineers can simply transpose their designs based on extractive manufacturing for use in Additive Manufacturing? The answer to both these questions is that in order for engineers to get the best out of AM their component or product needs to ...
Since its establishment in 1999 3T RPD has been at the forefront of Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing. The company began as a Service Bureau, making Plastic Rapid Prototypes and Metal Rapid Tooling. Since then we have gone from strength to strength and now is probably a good moment to look back at our development since then. 1999 ...
Having produced the first additively manufactured (AM) part for the Oil and Gas industry, we’re working closely with the sector to explore other ways in which this innovative technology can produce complex, lightweight parts. The Titanium Gateway Manifold for pipelines has been certified by global engineering firm Lloyd’s Register. Virtually impossible to manufacture using traditional methods, the part went through ...
3T RPD has produced a Titanium Gateway Manifold for pipelines using their metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology, and it has just been certified as the first additively manufactured part for the Oil and Gas industry by global engineering firm Lloyd’s Register. AM was the ideal method to produce the part as it contained complex internal channels and would have been ...
The summer holidays are almost over and thousands, perhaps millions, of people have flown away from the UK to foreign shores during the last 6 weeks. Additive Manufacturing, also known as 3D Printing, has become a key part of the Aerospace industry, and is becoming an important component in engine, airframe and fitting manufacture. We have produced a series of ...
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