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How Could Your Business Be Using 3D Printing Today?

Any time you catch a business news update, you probably hear something about 3D printing. Because the technology is evolving so quickly, many industries are investing in updates that are beginning to truly make a difference. Not all companies, though, see the value of 3D printing. That’s a mistake. For virtually every company in every…

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Which Industries Benefit Most from 3D Quick Printing?

3D Printing speeds up the transition time from the design phase to the manufacturing phase. Entrepreneurs can see their product concepts as fully functioning 3D products in a very short amount of time. Which industries benefit most from 3D printing? Jewelry: Have you ever taken a close look at some of the intricate designs of…

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3D Quick Printing running in the Virgin Marathon

You’ve come to know 3D Quick Printing for our high quality, fast 3D printing services that are ideal in any setting. That’s important to us. Our business is based around great customer service and fantastic products, but as a company, we’re so much more than that. For us, giving back is just as important as…

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How 3D printing can help build a more sustainable manufacturing future

These days, environmental concerns are highly politicised, and the footprint of any product, service or technology is always under scrutiny. Anxieties over greenhouse gases, for example, can derail contracts or delay the development of industrial sectors by years. Perhaps this is a good thing, but for the 3D printing bureau and its associated technologies, it’s…

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Trials look to create inexpensive bacteria using 3D printers

Who would have thought that using bacteria as a 3D printer ink would be a good idea? This technique has actually started something of a revolution, and several research projects are now looking into using bacteriological inks for a surprising range of applications. In February 2017, a team at Delft University of Technology, in Holland,…

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How 3D printing is helping surgeons to learn their craft

Back in the Victorian era, surgeons and doctors often learned their craft using the bodies of the recently deceased. As can be imagined, this had both ethical implications and practical limitations, and provided an inconsistent and often hurried learning experience for those entering the medical profession. Things have changed dramatically over time, and now, with…

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