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Is Retail Reading the Signs?

Is Retail Reading the Signs?

We’ve talked recently about how retail seems to be catching on to the creative possibilities of 3D printing. We’ve noticed this manifesting itself in exciting displays, eye-catching POS, large format branding and… some pretty awesome signage. Signs are, after all, quite possibly the first thing you notice about a business, store, pub or restaurant. They’re Read More…

Fluxaxis is different. Meet the Team and find out why…

Fluxaxis is different. Meet the Team and find out why…

We know Fluxaxis is different. And if we’ve had the pleasure of working with you, we hope you’ve noticed too. We pride ourselves on offering great customer service (unusual in the engineering-led AM sector, our clients tell us). We also work collaboratively with many clients, a process that gives rise to some of the best Read More…

Ceramic 3D Printing: Aerospace, Automotive and… ‘Other’?

Ceramic 3D Printing: Aerospace, Automotive and… ‘Other’?

While we can’t offer ceramic 3D printing in-house (yet), it is definitely an area that interests us. It’s an exciting application of 3D printing technologies, with powder-based fusion methods having evolved and undergone a lot of research in recent decades. Mechanically, ceramics are hard and strong. They also have good thermal and chemical stability. They’re versatile and Read More…

Nurturing Tomorrow’s Talent: 3D Printing & Education

Nurturing Tomorrow’s Talent: 3D Printing & Education

Can you feel the stress? It’s the beginning of June and we’re right in the middle of the GCSE and A-level exam period. Schools are already busy places and at this time of year, it notches up another gear. With the curriculum groaning under the weight of subjects to be covered and teachers already stretched, Read More…

Jigs & Fixtures: the 3D unsung heroes

Jigs & Fixtures: the 3D unsung heroes

Jigs and fixtures. Not exactly glamorous. Especially not when recent weeks have seen news of 3D printed dresses and jewellery at the Met Gala and a Swedish company creating the first 3D printed diamond composite. Diamonds in industry might not have the same kind of glamour as a New York ball, but as Swedish manufacturer, Read More…