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3D Printing technology company awarded £624,000
3D Printing technology company awarded £624,000, the work is donePUSh™ at the University of Sheffield on the PUSh™ process, which AMT. PUSh™ is an innovative new post-processing finishing process that has been developed by the Advanced Additive Manufacturing (AdAM) Centre at the University of Sheffield.
According to CEO of AMT, Joseph Crabtree, “The Innovate UK funding award is a significant step in the development of the proven PostPro3D™ technology which provides the ‘missing piece’ in the digital manufacturing chain. We are looking forward to working with OEM industrial partners to implement this technology into their 3D Printing digital factories”
As well as Prof Neil Hopkinson, Director of 3D Printing at Xaarjet Ltd, stated, “We are delighted to join the consortium and bring our expertise to developing PostPro3D™. We see this project, in conjunction with High Speed Sintering, as an important step in the development and commercial delivery of industrial 3D Printing.”
According to Atomjet CEO, Rob Harvey, “We are excited to be involved with the project to develop the PostPro3D machine. Our machine building skills are ideally suited to industrial digital manufacturing equipment.”
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