Web-based procurement hub, PlastikCity, has announced the launch of its brand-new Additive Manufacturing Super Section, which was designed at the end of last year due to popular demand.
Additive Manufacturing (AM) has revolutionised the way many products are designed and manufactured. Globally, this industry is predicted to achieve a minimum of 13.8% annual growth between 2019 and 2023. The UK is well-positioned to take advantage of this rapidly expanding market. The UK is already a global force in advanced technology and is furnished with strong capabilities in both R&D organisations and universities.
To support this growth, PlastikCity is proud to officially launch its new Additive Manufacturing section, enabling users to locate and acquire comparative quotes for AM equipment, material and services.
The section covers the following sub-categories:
- 3D printed part manufacturers
- 3D printed moulds and tooling
- 3D printing software
- 3D printing systems
- Scanners, inspection & measurement equipment
- Filament, pellet and powder
The new section provides users with easy access to high-quality, UK based suppliers of equipment or services related to producing 3D plastic printed parts. The intention is to cover the broadest range of supply. For example, present partners already include 3D part manufacturers that can produce components up to two metres in length. The range of 3D printing systems on offer covers both prototype and high-volume requirements.
Several of PlastikCity’s Additive Manufacturing sub-categories are already full, but limited spaces are still available in some areas. If you are a high-quality supplier in the AM sector and want to promote your company to an extensive network of plastic manufacturing professionals, click here to apply to become a verified PlastikCity Partner.