Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) produces 3-dimensional objects by layering materials such as metals, composites and polymers, rather than machining parts from blocks of raw material. The benefits of this type of manufacturing include the ability to make complex structures and prototypes, personalise products, reduce waste and improve quality. In this short video case study, we hear from an SME, Clogworks Technologies, who are using 3D-printing to make components to enhance and evolve their drone technology. Find out more about AM by signing up to the Additive Manufacturing Special Interest Group, run by the Knowledge Transfer Network: https://ktn-uk.co.uk/interests/additive-manufacturing
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