Stratasys invests in two new 3D Printing locations in United Kingdom

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The company Stratasys is now in two new locations in the United Kingdom, as it looks to ensure the successful adoption of 3D Printing technologies in one of the world’s leading regions.

The new facilities, in Cambridge and Derby, will provide technical and business consultancy, as well as offer software expertise through developers from the company’s GrabCAD arm. The sites will also be open to field-based staff, like application engineers and service support, all chipping in to support the company’s customers and drive new adoption of Additive Manufacturing technologies.

In these days, Quadpack, AP Racing, McLaren, Angel Trains and ESG Rail and are all among Stratasys’ UK-based users. Stratasys it has continued to progress these relationships in the last few months.

Stratasys has also been working closely with some of its distributors, launching ‘Stratasys Authorised Training Centres’ across the country. It results with the growing adoption of additive manufacturing in UK. The company hopes it will help to address the skills gap and contribute to the successful implementation of 3D Printing. So far, services run by Tri Tech 3D in Stoke and Laser Lines in Oxford have been announced.

As stated in a recent independent report, the UK is among the top five countries worldwide in terms of its adoption of additive manufacturing.”,…“We are therefore committed to ensuring the appropriate support infrastructure is in place to meet the varied requirements of our UK-based channel partners and customers, and properly equip them to ensure they fully optimise the use of this technology.”

.Andy Langfield, President, EMEA, Stratasys.

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Source: Sam Davies TCT Magazine Stratasys announces two new UK locations to support local additive manufacturing users, published on Mar18, 2019 and was re-edited by João Andrade on Mar18, 2019;

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