Le Tour is almost over and the winner will have battled with his team against mountains, cobbles, rain, seering sunshine and his own self doubt to win the right to wear the winner’s jersey. Starting in Düsseldorf, Germany, the riders have travelled through four countries and all parts of l’hexagon, as the French call their country. The final day is ...
This weekend is the highlight of the British Autosport Calendar, the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Sitting half way through the season the legendary British Grand Prix, is a place where reputations are made. Formula 1 is a significant user of Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D Printing. Teams rely on AM from 3T RPD in their engines, exhaust, ...
The Open at Royal Birkdale begins on Sunday. The tournament, with the winner picking up a cool $1.85m, is a thrilling competition between the World’s best golfers who battle to win the Claret Jug. As a sport that needs dexterity, concentration and skill, it is probably a slight surprise to read an article about golf and Additive Manufacturing (AM), also ...
3T RPD will be taking part in the Motorsport Industry Association, Business Growth Conference 2017 tomorrow, Thursday 13th July at the Sahara Force India F1 Team, Silverstone, Northamptonshire. As one of the leading suppliers of Additive Manufacturing (AM) / 3D Printing production parts to the Formula 1 and Autosport teams, our customers trust us to help them win with our ...
This year’s Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing International Conference, began today at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel where it will run until the 13th July. The conference allows Additive Manufacturing’s key players from industry and academia to meet and discuss the key opportunities and issues facing the AM industry today. 3T RPD’s CEO, Ian Halliday, will be speaking to the Conference ...
As one of the UK’s leading production Additive Manufacturing (AM) companies, 3T RPD is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of engineers through its own apprenticeship programme and by taking part in the EDT Student Year In Industry scheme. This scheme gives students the opportunity to work at 3T as a ‘gap year’ between Year 13 at school and going ...
Its day three of the Tour de France and British riders Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome are in the vanguard. Thomas has retained the yellow jumper and Froome is pushing hard to retain his title. As we discussed last week, cycling is a key sport which can benefit from Additive Manufacturing (AM), which is also sometimes known as 3D Printing. ...
Alexandre Pfister, 3T RPD’s Business Development Manager, recently spoke about 3T RPD Additive Manufacturing (AM) at the EPHJ-EPMT-SMT conference, which took place at Geneva, Switzerland in June. His panel discussed the needs of companies which were interested in combining Additive Manufacturing, into their production processes in the near future. In his role as panel speaker, Alexandre was able to present ...
What burns 123,900 calories, climbs more than 60km and travels through 4 different countries? The answer … a rider in this year’s Tour de France which starts on Saturday. The world famous race starts in the German city of Düsseldorf on the 1st July, and then travels through Belgium and Luxembourg before it enters France to ride down Paris’ Champs-Élysées on ...
Le Bourget Airport has become, this week, the centre of the aerospace Additive Manufacturing (AM) world with the opening of the Paris Airshow. Organised by the association of French aeronautical manufacturers GIFAS, the show will be visited by around 350,000 visitors who in the space of a week will see 150 different aircraft and have the opportunity to see displays ...
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