Ground-breaking 3D printing project

Technology developed by a consortium of companies and academic institutions could revolutionise the use of large formant 3D printing in the UK. The Evo One ‘large format additive manufacturing’ (LFAM) project involves 3D printing expert Evo-3D; the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS); Rolls-Royce; materials supplier Filamentive; software developer AI Build; and energy technology company Baker Hughes. Together they are developing a 3D printer that could make UK manufacturers more competitive than their international peers. The initiative has received £1.1m in funding from Innovate UK.
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