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Graphite SLS material launch – the new evolution in 3D printed parts

IMG_3160small-150x150Graphite announce a new, functional laser-sintered material and can now supply their customers with parts built in ‘Graphite SLS’. With a unique colour and a fantastic finish, Graphite SLS is an intermediate product positioned between a standard PA plastic and Graphite’s own Carbon SLS – but crucially in the same price bracket as the mainstream materials.

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Graphite attend Automotive Lightweighting & Manufacturing Conference

BMHCcrop-150x150Held at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, the Automotive Lightweighting & Manufacturing conference, held over two days in March, proved to be a successful event to encourage collaboration between automotive manufacturers and automotive suppliers alike.  (more…)

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Graphite offer large scale parts in a range of ABS-like materials

ClearSmSq-150x150Graphite are pleased to be able to offer the ability to build large scale parts in a range of ABS-like materials. Perfect for use in prototyping and manufacturing, parts built in these materials can be supplied in white, grey and clear. Parts can be primed, painted, metal plated and in the case of the clear ABS-like material, polished.

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Graphite announced as Bloodhound SSC Product Sponsor

BloodhoundSSC_rearSm-150x150BLOODHOUND SSC is the world’s first 1000 mph car and it will begin its land speed record campaign in South Africa in the summer of 2017.

Graphite Additive Manufacturing, a supplier of 3D printed parts produced in high performance materials for the most demanding applications in motor sport, has been named as the latest Product Sponsor for the BLOODHOUND Project. (more…)

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Rapid injection moulding tools 3D printed for Toolcraft Plastics

InMachineSm-150x150Toolcraft Plastics (Swindon) Ltd is a long established, plastic product mould tool making, injection moulding and vacuum-forming firm. The company offers a complete design to production service, including design, printing and product assembly. Toolcraft – www.toolcraft.co.uk – came to 3D printing and rapid prototyping specialists Graphite Additive Manufacturing when they were looking to create a quick turnaround injection-moulding tool.  (more…)

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Graphite announce dedicated hardware for Carbon Fibre laser sintered parts

SLSCarbonDuctSm-150x150Graphite Additive Manufacturing are pleased to announce that their specialist 3D printed, carbon fibre reinforced plastic material, once the exclusive province of Formula One teams, is now available to all customers.

Graphite, an experienced supplier of 3D printed parts and rapid prototypes, has announced it is in a unique position to provide its customers with carbon fibre reinforced SLS® (Selective Laser Sintering) parts, as it is currently the only service bureau in the UK market with a dedicated machine to run these highly advanced sintering materials. The carbon fibre reinforced plastic in the parts built by Graphite offers both the highest stiffness-to-weight and strength-to-weight ratios of any 3D printed plastic on the market today.  (more…)

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Iris recognition technology by IrisGuard – prototypes by Graphite

IrisGuardSm-150x150As a world leader in iris recognition technology, IrisGuard, based in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, is driving the development of their latest security device EyePay® by utilizing working Stereolithography (SLA) prototypes, produced in a clear, ABS-like material which are then painted; the prototype parts are being produced for IrisGuard by Graphite Additive Manufacturing. (more…)

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3D printed remote control car developed by Graphite & Schumacher

RCCarSm-150x150Graphite Additive Manufacturing worked closely in association with Schumacher Racing Cars, a leading manufacturer of remote control vehicles and accessories, on a project to build a radio controlled car created almost entirely by 3D printing.

Schumacher (www.racing-cars.com) are a British manufacturer renowned worldwide for their original and innovative radio control model car designs. Using the manufacturer’s original design drawings, Graphite re-created replacement parts with their specialist Selective Laser Sintering (SLS*) process. (more…)